Surviving After Suicide — AFSP

Surviving After Suicide

Littleton, Arapahoe County, Colorado, USA

Surviving After Suicide

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Please follow up with the listed contact to ensure their group is still active and confirm both meeting times and location.

Meeting Place

Conference Room 1 at Littleton Adventist Hospital
7700 S. Broadway

Meeting Time(s)

The group meets during a specific timeframe from October 4, 2019 to November 14, 2019. Meetings are held weekly on Fridays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.


Charlotte Tankersley
[email protected]

Group Type

This group is closed, which means that new members may join only at specific times or under certain circumstances.


Pre-registration is required as group size is limited. Please contact Charlotte Tankersley for more information.


Mental health professional and fellow loss survivor


$175 for 7 week series

Hosting/Sponsoring Organization

The Hope Group, LLC

Additional Information

Surviving After Suicide is a workshop for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one by suicide. It is designed to provide participants with information about the grieving process and to provide a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space to share their experience and feelings with others who share a similar loss.

Topics will include:

~Information on loss, the grief process, and mourning
~Depression, mental illness, and suicide awareness education
~Addressing the unanswered questions of suicide loss – The “Whys?”, “What Ifs?”, and “If Onlys”
~The emotions and feelings associated with (and unique to) death by suicide
~Strategies for handling tender days, special occasions and holidays
~Relationships – establishing & maintaining familial, friendships and romantic connections & Remembrance – how we can best honor our loved one’s memories
~Coping skills, self-care, and accessing community resources


This listing was most recently updated on June 17, 2019.