If you have lost a loved one to suicide, you are not alone.
There are local and national resources available to help survivors of suicide loss cope.
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Resources For Loss Survivors
Serving both Kansas & Missouri, SASS (Suicide Awareness Survivor Support) believes the public must be educated about suicide. There are support groups available that are peer led and open to anyone grieving from death of a suicide.
“Our hope is that Speak Up will provide education and awareness in our community bridging the gaps between community, schools and parents. We want to encourage open conversations with our children and educate our community about the different signs of children who may be at risk. We hope that you will join our fight and pledge to end the stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide.”
This is a compassionate, confidential and non-judgmental face to face support group open to anyone who
has lost someone to suicide. regardless of who the person was or length of time since the loss.
There is hope and there is help.
The group meets on the Third Wednesday of every month, 6:30pm-8:30pm
At 6222 N. Chatham Ave., Kansas City, MO 64151
(In the Century 21 All-Pro office)
Contact Tracy Hopkins, Facilitator:
Or Contact Rachel Michener, Co-Facilitator: