Losing someone to suicide is different than other types of loss. Often there are questions, many of which may never receive a satisfactory answer. Survivors of suicide loss may experience feelings of loneliness and isolation, or even perceive that no one else could possibly understand the complexity and variety of emotions they are feeling.
Our chapters in every state are a testament to the fact that no one who has lost someone to suicide needs to feel alone. In our local communities, there are people who do understand – and through our Loss & Healing programs, they are ready to provide resources, support and understanding to help others heal.