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after Suicide

Welcome to a place of healing & remembrance.

If you have lost a loved one to suicide,
you are not alone.

Our founder, Ronnie Walker, describes challenges of those left behind.

The Urgent Need

We believe no suicide loss survivor should go without support.

Since 2008, the Alliance of Hope has been working to decrease stigma, increase understanding of the suicide loss experience, and provide direct support to survivors.

  • Every 40 seconds, someone dies by suicide, leaving 6-8 loved ones grieving devastating loss.
  • Approximately 45 million people have been “greatly affected” by suicide in The US alone.
  • Every day, thousands of people seek support after suicide.

Learn How You Can Help

25,000 Reasons:
Provide Hope After Suicide

In the aftermath of suicide, loss survivors need support. The demand for our services is greater than ever. Please help us maintain this essential safety net. Sponsor our forum. Honor a loved one.

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Survivor Experience

Losing a loved one to suicide can be life-altering. It is helpful to understand what you or your loved ones are experiencing. Learn about common emotions and challenges, the grief journey, and what can help.

Voices from our Community

In the early days, The Alliance of Hope was my lifeline. The loving support from members and the information provided helped me feel less alone in my grief. I still have ‘those days’ where I struggle and The Alliance of Hope is there to hold my hand through them. Hearing the stories, questions and comments of others is so beneficial as I continue to live with this catastrophic loss. I’m so thankful to have a place to go anytime I need comfort or information.

— Jenny Brock

Memorial Wall

As a community we come together with collective intention.

We remember those who have died by suicide, and honor one another in our shared anguish and healing journey.

Honor a Loved One