Hope After Suicide Loss
AFSP makes the support group listings directory for suicide loss survivors available as a public service and does not run, recommend, endorse, or fund any of the groups listed. In addition, we do not monitor individual groups and only update information as it is made available to us by the facilitators and/or sponsoring organizations.
Please follow up with the listed contact to ensure their group is still active and confirm both meeting times and location.
Century 21 All-Pro
6222 N Chatham Avenue
The group meets continuously throughout the year. Meetings are held twice a month on the first Wednesday of the month from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and on the third Wednesday of the month from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Tracy Hopkins, Facilitator
Rachel Michener, Co-Facilitator
This group is open, which means that new members may join at any time.
Please call or text group facilitator Tracy Hopkins for a commitment-free conversation about your loss, to receive additional information and details about the group, meeting times, etc., and to see if this group feels like a place that could help you.
Fellow loss survivor
If your life has been affected by the suicide of someone you care for, you are welcome to attend this compassionate, confidential, and non-judgmental face-to-face support group. This group is open to anyone who has lost someone to suicide, regardless of who the person is or the length of time it has been since your loss. There are no dues or mandatory meetings, you don’t have to speak if you’re not ready, and there is no pressure of any kind. We meet you where you are with understanding and compassion, as we all understand the pain a suicide loss brings to a person or family.
There is hope and there is help, and this group understands and is here for you!
This listing was most recently updated on April 17, 2019.