If someone you love has died by suicide, you are not alone.
There are, sadly, many others who share your sorrow and questions.
We are here to:
- Help all who are bereaved find the support they need and deserve.
- Honor our loved ones and remember them by how they lived, not only how they died.
- Provide volunteer opportunities for survivors of suicide loss to get involved in ways that make sense to them.
If you are new to our community and this site, please take the time to explore the resources and programs provided here. You are in a safe place with people who understand. People who have survived the suicide of a loved one are among the most courageous people we know. Be well, be peaceful, be hopeful.
We are determined to wrest purpose and meaning from our profound tragedy by bringing the issue of military suicide and all suicides to the forefront of national attention.
Our handsome boy entered active duty service in October 2003 at the young age of 18. He joined up while still in high school in response to the patriotic fever that had swept the country after 9/11.
If you have lost someone to suicide, you may find that sharing your experience and your grief with others can help you heal.
International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day is a day of healing for those bereaved by suicide.