Please note: As of November 23rd, our one to one counselling sessions will be on hold until further notice. Referrals will be processed when services resume. If an individual is in need of urgent support, please call or text Reach Out 24/7 519-433-2023, or by webchat at www.reachout247.ca.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
About the program:
The Bereavement Support program focuses on supporting individuals affected by suicide death. Support is available in person or by telephone. We offer one-on-one counselling, support groups, workshops and education to those coping with the effects of this traumatic loss. Information is also available for those supporting someone who is grieving a suicide death.
Our Bereavement Support Program includes:
- Professionally Facilitated Survivors of Suicide, 8-Week Group: Offered 2 to 3 times per year. Group sessions cover guilt, shame, anger, stigma, depression, denial and helplessness.
- Educational Community Presentations & Suicide Bereavement Education: Educational sessions & workshops on suicide bereavement for a wide variety of audiences.
- Peer Support/Bereavement Support Group: This group offers on-going peer support in a monthly group facilitated by peers.
- Annual World Suicide Prevention Day activities: To support suicide prevention, remember a lost loved one and reach out to survivors of suicide.
Request information or to access this program:
You can also download our grief resource guide below.