"Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me through the grief after losing my son. Your kind support means the world to me; listening, caring and being there for me during tough times."
Our service is provided by professionals who have personal experience with suicide, offering a safe environment in which to discuss your bereavement. We can’t take away pain, anger or sorrow. However, we can share our own experiences of losing a loved one to suicide. This can be done at a time and via a method you feel most comfortable with. We can offer telephone, email and outreach appointments either at home, at our office or at a mutually convenient venue for the persons affected.
Get in touch or make a referral. We are here to help you through the difficult times.
Alternatively, we have resources you can browse below.
Make a referral
Our Support After Suicide service is currently available in Durham, Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, Northumberland, South Tyneside and Sunderland.
We understand the loss of a loved one to suicide is like no other death. The physical and emotional impacts are devastating. The effects of this can go far and wide affecting families and communities in various different ways. We provide practical and emotional support to those impacted by suspected suicide.
We have access to various publications which can offer guidance and support on both a practical and emotional level.
A guide for bereaved families, friends and advisors.
Finding the Words
How to support someone who has been bereaved or affected by suicide.
Guide to Coroner Services
This document has been produced by the Ministry of Justice.
Help is at Hand
Support after someone may have died by suicide. This document has been produced by Public Health England and the National Suicide prevention Alliance.
The Road Ahead
A guide to dealing with the impact of suicide, produced by If U Care Share Foundation.