Support after Suicide

Have you lost a loved one to suicide?

If so, you are a survivor of suicide. A survivor may be a spouse or partner, child, close family member, co-worker or anyone who is impacted by loss to suicide.

When a person dies because they have taken their own life, the effect on survivors can be devastating. Grief can be intensified because the death was a suicide. Common feelings include shock, anger, guilt, depression, confusion and shame.

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Survivors of Suicide Six-Week Bereavement Group

This six-week bereavement group is designed for those who are at least six months beyond the suicide, and who desire more support in a closed group setting.

Losing a loved one to suicide involves a unique and complicated grief. The Survivors of Suicide Bereavement Support Group provides a safe environment where others engaged in the same experience can speak freely. To assist in the healing process, this six week closed group provides a structured, supportive journey through complicated grief.

2018 Sessions
Saturdays, October 6 - November 10
12-2pm
$200*
Facilitator - Mark Niezgoda, MSW
Crisis Connections Training Room, Seattle

*A payment plan may be arranged and insurance may cover this cost. Limited scholarships may be available.

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Survivors of Suicide Drop-In Support Group

Crisis Connections also offers a drop-in support group twice a month for those who have lost a loved on to suicide.

1st and 3rd Monday of the month
6:30-8:30pm
Free
Facilitator - Mark Niezgoda, MSW
Crisis Connections Training Room, Seattle

For more information about our survivors of suicide loss support groups, please contact us.

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