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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, support groups for those who have lost someone to suicide.

Samaritans, Grief Support Services and Helplines (Greater Boston & MetroWest areas).

American Association of Suicidology, support groups for those who have lost a loved one:

Massachusetts Suicide Support Groups

GriefNet.org is an Internet community of persons dealing with grief, death, and major loss

The Children’s Room helps grieving children, teens and families in our community to go on living fully. We serve families from over 75 cities and towns in Massachusetts. We are also part of a Massachusetts-wide network of programs helping grieving children, teens and families. Contact us to learn about programs serving your area or how you can help grieving children, teens and families.

The Compassionate Friends, Supporting Family after a child dies, chapters in Mass.

The Suicide Grief Support Forum Board provides information and support to anyone whose life has been touched by suicide. This board is an outreach project of the Parents of Suicides (POS) and Friends &
Families of Suicides (FFOS) Internet Communities.

Suicide Grief Communities; Parents of Suicides or Friends and Familiesof Suicides, an international internet community to provide support to anyone whose life has been touched by suicide.

A COMMUNITY OF SURVIVORS: Healing after a Loved One’s Death by Suicide: This group is open to anyone grieving the death of a loved one by suicide. Suicide survivors cope with a myriad of difficult grief reactions, often including a profound sense of isolation. Participants will find a safe space to process the loss, express their feelings, and make connections with other survivors. The group will meet at the Trinity Church in the City of Boston, 206 Clarendon Street, Wednesdays, March 11 to April 29 from 6-7:30pm. For more information, please call 855-774-5100 or email grief@CareDimensions.org. Visit CareDimensions.org for more information.