Help Is At Hand Information
This guide has been written by people bereaved by suicide. It is not intended as something you need to read through from cover to cover. It has been designed to help you to choose when and what sections are most appropriate for you. Your family, friends or colleagues may also find it helpful to look through this guide so that they can begin to try and understand a little of what you are going through and how to find the right help.
Some sections focus on how you may be feeling; others on what may be happening. Throughout – and in more detail at the back – are some suggestions for sources of further support. There are also quotes from people who have been bereaved and who have experienced some of what you may be going through.
Click on the link below to access the full guide
Help is at Hand Cymru
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide exist to meet the needs and break the isolation experienced by those bereaved by suicide. We are a self-help organisation and we aim to provide a safe, confidential environment in which bereaved people can share their experiences and feelings, so giving and gaining support from each other. We also strive to improve public awareness and maintain contacts with many other statutory and voluntary organisations.
We offer a unique and distinct service for bereaved adults across the UK, run by the bereaved for the bereaved. We currently help around 7000 people each year and we continue to grow in response to significant unmet demand.
National Helpline 0300 111 5065 (9am to 9pm every day)
Support After Suicide
Support after Suicide is a partnership of organisations that are working together to support those bereaved by suicide. They have developed an online hub which provides information about suicide bereavement and signposts you to sources of support.
Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people.