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A Rise in Suicides by Young Children Leaves Families Searching for Answers
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Let’s Talk Death with Ronnie Walker
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Developing A Culture of Kindness After A Suicide with Ronnie Susan Walker MS, LCPC
By Open to Hope, with Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi HorsleyWatch »
The Ultimate Guide to Charitable Giving
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Funeral directors, gathered in Salt Lake City, learn how to handle one of their hardest jobs— helping loved ones after a suicide
By Sean P. Means, The Salt Lake TribuneVisit Link »
Providing Hope After Suicide
By Sheila Hamilton, Speaking Freely, KINK-FM (101.9)Listen »
After suicide, survivors need help
By Alex Otto, Frontline Medical NewsWatch »
Alliance of Hope works to help survivors of suicide loss
By David Schaper, Chicago Public Radio (WBEZ, 91.5) - The Afternoon ShiftListen »
A Widow struggles to make sense of suicide when there are no signs
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Additional Journalist Resources
What is Suicide Postvention
Postvention refers to activities that reduce risk and promote healing after a suicide death. Although postvention is implemented after a suicide it is essential that we prepare for postvention before a suicide.
How Suicide Bereavement is Different
Bereavement after suicide shares characteristics with other types of bereavement, yet it is also different. Understanding how and why it differs is helpful when supporting people who have suffered a loss from suicide.
National Guidelines on Suicide Postvention:
In 2015, the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention released the first-ever U.S. national guidelines for suicide aftercare: “Responding to Grief, Trauma, and Distress After a Suicide”.
Identifying the Social Demographic Correlates of Suicide Bereavement
Suicide exposures and bereavement among American adults: Evidence from the 2016 General Social Survey