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Coping after suicide
Posted on 29 May 2020
Have you been affected by suicide?
Help is here.
Please contact us at 07753 650 951 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
One in ten people who are bereaved by suicide go on to have suicidal feelings. The impact of suicide may be devastating.
It can cause intense feelings of grief for loved ones, communities and workplaces. The Suicide Bereavement Liaison Service aims to support individuals and families bereaved by suicide and link them to relevant services.
Our designated Suicide Bereavement Liaison Officer will receive referrals from any source as well as self-referrals to offer:
- One-to-one support
- Support during inquests or other related matters
- Guidance on where to find bereavement support services or mental health services for more specialist support
- Training to bereavement support organisations, GPs and Community Pharmacists to up-skill them to support those bereaved by suicide
- Resources and support
This help is available to people living in the following boroughs:
Croydon, Merton, Kingston, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth
The following support services are also available:
Cruse. www.cruse.org.uk CALM. London 0808 8025858 National 0800 585858 www.thecalmzone.net
SOBS Groups. National helpline 0300 111 5065 Email helpline. email@example.com
Shout. Free text service for anyone in crisis. Text SHOUT to 85258
Child Bereavement UK. www.childbereavementuk.org
KOOTH. Online support for young people. www.kooth.com
Coroners support service. Helpline 0300 111 2141 Email firstname.lastname@example.org