One to one Suicidal bereavement support works with individuals who have been adversely affected by suicide and wish to access one to one support which is specific to addressing how the suicide has impacted them. There is no time-frame from when an individual is exposed to a suicide and when they can access the Service. 

Supporting individuals including:

Suicide exposed This could be a local group, passer by, acquaintance, peer group of someone who has died by suicide.
Suicide affected This could be a first responder (family, friends, members of public, paramedics) those directly involves such as neighbours, local residents, teachers, classmates, co-workers etc.
Suicide bereaved This is family and close friends/loved ones of the person who has died by suicide. This could also be friends, peers, or close work colleagues, health care workers, teachers etc.

Aspects of the content of family support work

  • Addressing the circumstances of the loss
  • Emotional reasons 
  • Survivor’s questions 
  • Stigma and isolation
  • Family tensions 
  • Support during Coroner Investigations
  • Practical concerns 

Find out more

If you’d like to find out more about this service, please telephone Debbie Sloan, our Suicide Bereavement Worker on 02890 755 070 or email: