If you have lost a loved one to suicide, you are a suicide survivor and you are not alone.
It is common for suicide survivors to experience severe grief, guilt, anger, depression, forgetfulness and even thoughts of suicide themselves. You may even experience physical symptoms such as headaches, loss of appetite and the inability to sleep. Often survivors find help by meeting with others who have been through a similar experience.
The Survivors of Suicide Support Group is:
- A way to share your loss with others and receive support from those who have been there
- A safe place to share experiences and support each other on a journey toward healing
- Led by a peer facilitator who has also experienced loss to suicide
For more information, call 301-663-0011 or email.
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