Support after a Suicide
This guide from SoBS, 'Support after a Suicide', contains information about coping with suicide, offering support and practical help.
We all respond differently to any sort of bereavement, and there is no right or wrong way to feel. When someone dies by suicide, it reaches out across the community like ripples on a pond. Families and friends are devastated – and many more people are touched. You do not have to have had a family or personal relationship – the loss of an acquaintance, colleague, client or even a stranger can affect you.
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SoBS) are the only organisation offering peer-to-peer support to all those over the age of 18, impacted by suicide loss in the UK. They help those bereaved by suicide to support each other, at the time of their loss and in the months and years that follow.
This guide from SoBS, ‘Support after a Suicide’, contains information about coping with suicide, offering support and practical help.