The Support After Suicide Partnership brings together suicide bereavement organisations and people with lived experience, to achieve a vision that everyone bereaved or affected by suicide is offered timely and appropriate support.
The Support After Suicide Partnership have curated some help booklets and downloads helping you process each stage of bereavement through suicide:
Bereaved by Suicide helps you through the stages of loss, how to support each other as a family as well as children, sorting out affairs, information on investigations around the death as well as helpful organisations that can help.
Finding the right words, if you are supporting someone who has been bereaved by suicide, findings the right words, knowing what to say and how to support them can often be difficult.
Witnessing a Suicide and making sense of lasting memories – Suicide can have profound and long term affects, witnessing a suicide can happen at anytime to anyone. This guide offers advice on how to deal with how you maybe feeling, the long lasting affects, supporting someone who has witnessed a suicide, help with moving on and real accounts from people who have experienced it.
Special Occasions – One of the hardest things to deal with, with any death is special occasions. There are all sorts of specials occasions including anniversaries, birthdays, holidays and occasions unique to that person. As these occasions arise it may be difficult or anxious time.
For more information from Support after Suicide Partnerships https://supportaftersuicide.org.uk/