NOTICE: Sorry we currently do not have suicide survivors and Survivors of Suicide loss support groups in place. However we plan to have them in place Both Physical and Online early next year.


Why join a support group

  • Emotional and physical support in a safe and non-judgmental environment.

  • Support and understanding from others who have experienced a similar loss.

  • The opportunity to begin the healing process through sharing your own story and hearing the stories of others.

  • Coping skills to help you through the most difficult days of your grief journey.

  • Hope through companionship with people who “get it” and understand first-hand what you’re going through.

  • A serene platform to discuss one’s fears and concerns.​

  • A sense of community and support. 

  • Realizing you are not alone

  • They help you in realizing you are not alone as there are people with similar concerns and are there to help and encourage you. 

  • Expressing your feelings After you realize you aren’t alone and within a safe and supportive environment, you will begin to feel comfortable sharing your feelings and life circumstances with the group.

  • This can be a very therapeutic and healing experience, particularly as you find that others in the group will listen nonjudgmentally and will praise you for your openness and courage.

  • Learning helpful information Support groups offer lots of practical tips and resources for dealing with identified concerns, and members share their success stories and the strategies that helped them move forward in their recovery. Some groups focus on learning and practicing specific coping skills. Many groups will also provide recommendations for useful books and websites for additional study apart from the group meetings. 

  • Improved social skills By meeting and talking with other group members, you also have a chance to practice social skills and interact more effectively with others. Often, mental illness or addiction has contributed to withdrawal from social situations. Support groups provide a safe place to become comfortable around others once more. 

  • Gaining hope It’s very powerful when you see others in the group who are further along their road to recovery and who have made great strides toward having happier and healthier lives. These positive role models show you that recovery is in fact attainable, which brings renewed hope for the future. 

  • Reducing distress As you work through various issues and concerns in the group, it’s common that you will begin to notice a reduced level of overall distress and discomfort. This is a positive sign that progress is being made and that you are feeling better. 

  • Increased self-understanding As you learn more effective ways to cope and handle difficult situations, you gain better understanding about yourself, your needs and your own unique personality. You can also gain increased insight about the factors that have contributed to your current challenges and the strategies that seem to work best to help you move toward your goals. 

  • Helping others Just as you benefit from the group experience, you can also help other group members as you grow and make progress. Others will be affected positively by hearing about your successes and by your kind and caring demeanor. You will also notice you feel better when you are able to help someone else. Many groups will explicitly include the goal of helping others as a central component of the group’s mission. 

  • Affordability One additional advantage of support groups is they are very affordable. In fact, many groups are free, and all will typically be cheaper than individual therapy sessions.

​“When you feel like giving up, just remember the reason why you held on for so long.” – Unknown




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