Survivors of Bereavement of Suicide are a national charity that support those affected by suicide through their provision of support groups around the country as well as a helpline and email support.
Over 50 support groups are run around the country. Details of where groups are run can be found on their website.
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide exist to meet the needs and break the isolation experienced by those bereaved by suicide.
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide offer self-help support groups across the UK, where you can meet with other people who have been bereaved by suicide. They provide an opportunity to listen, to share, to ask questions and to connect with others.
Groups are led by a small team of volunteers, most have been bereaved by suicide themselves. They typically meet once a month and last for around 2 hours. There is no set structure to the session – people are free to talk and listen as they wish. Many groups also offer a small resource library and can share information about local sources of support.
Tel – 0300 111 5065 (call charges will apply – Ofcom provide information about call charges and or you can check with your provider).
Available 9am to 9pm every day of the year. Calls answered by volunteers, the majority of whom have been bereaved by suicide themselves.
For those who affected by suicide that would like to be supported by a volunteer who has been bereaved by suicide and is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.