The support section is divided into two parts. The support groups are tangible groups; many of which hold meetings and events. The second section lists online support.
Exists to meet the needs and break the isolation of those bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend. provides a list of support groups held in UK.
Offers support, friendship and understanding to men and women who have lost their partners through bereavement. We do this with the help of people who know how you feel – other widows and widowers.
WAY aims to support young widowed men and women as they adjust to life after the death of their partner – whether that was a month, a year, or ten years ago.
We have lively social groups that meet up throughout the year – for drinks, meals out, walks and picnics. We organise weekends away for adults and families, go camping, have parties and offer an alternative social life that does not revolve around couples.
All our groups are run by volunteers who are WAY members, which means everyone you meet in WAY will understand something about what you’ve been through.
A website and forum for suicide survivors.
HEARTBEAT is peer support offering empathy, encouragement and direction following the suicide of a loved one.
The Suicide Grief Support Forum is a public message board, an outreach project of the Parents of Suicides (POS) and Friends and Families of Suicides (FFOS) Internet Communities.
The purpose of survivors of suicide is to help those who have lost a loved one to suicide eresolve their grief and pain in their own way.
National organisation supporting people in Suicidal Crisis and those bereaved by Suicide.
Provides practical help, information and support to people bereaved by suicide in Ireland
Support, information and resources, for those coping with depression, grief, suicide, mental illness, emotional crisis or feeling overwhelmed with life.
An online resource for anyone who has lost a partner.