Survivors of Suicide Support Groups

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 Drop-In Support Group

Crisis Connections 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

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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.

2019 Sessions
Saturdays, September 21 - October 26
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.

For more information about our survivors of suicide loss support groups or to register for our six-week bereavement group, please contact us.

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