Support for someone affected by a suicide
Bereavement support after a death by suicide
If you live in ABUHB/Gwent area and have been affected by a death by suicide, free specialist support is available for you. To select the correct service, please be guided by the age of the person who died by suicide, not by the age of those who require support.
Supporting anyone affected by a sudden or unexpected death at any time in their life, including a death by suicide, in young people aged under 25.
2Wish are a Wales-wide charity who provide bereavement support for anyone affected by the sudden and traumatic death of a young adult aged 25 or under. 2wish provide support for anyone (families, individuals, witnesses and professionals) affected by a sudden or unexpected death of a child or young person aged 25 years and under. They provide a range of support including immediate support, counselling and therapies, support groups and have a respite house.
Jacob Abraham Foundation
Supporting anyone affected by a death by suicide of someone aged 26 years and over, at any time in your life.
Jacob Abraham Foundation provide support for anyone (families, individuals, witnesses and professionals) affected by a death by suicide of someone aged 26 and over. This service is for Gwent residents only. Jacob Abraham Foundation offers a range of support including: immediate support, practical support and advice, talking therapies, alternative therapies, peer support and monthly support groups.
If you or someone you know are in need of urgent help, it's an emergency.
A mental health emergency should be taken as seriously as physical health emergency. You are not wasting anyone’s time. Please seek help.
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