Feature length documentary Losing Grace Finding Hope coming soon.


Connection and Community

Surviving a loved one’s death by suicide is a uniquely painful experience, and survivors need unique support when grieving a suicide.

We strongly encourage anyone who has been impacted by the suicide of a friend, family member, or loved one to seek support, connect with a suicide survivor community, and take advantage of all the suicide survivor resources available to you.

Always remember, You are not responsible for your loved one’s suicide. Not even a little bit. Please be gentle with yourself. 

You are Not Alone

Local DFW Suicide Survivor Support:

Tarrant County LOSS Team

LOSS Team is a joint effort of Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County, MHMR of Tarrant County and local police departments providing local outreach to suicide survivors. The purpose of LOSS Team is to provide support and resources, as well as an installation of hope, to survivors as close to the time of their loss as possible. We are available to provide postvention support and resources to bereaved loved ones either on-scene or when one is ready to find help

Survivors of Suicide

First United Methodist Richardson: Grief Support After Suicide Loss

We offer two specialized bereavement groups that focus on the loss of someone to suicide: a monthly, open group and a consecutive-week group that requires registration.

Frontline Crisis Response Solutions: Survivors of Suicide Loss Community

Frontline Crisis Response Solutions is dedicated to providing compassionate and effective support for individuals navigating the path to recovery after traumatic critical incidents. Their mission is to empower survivors and promote healing by fostering a resilient community that embraces strength, hope, and renewed purpose.

Touched By Suicide Support Groups

Touched By Suicide is a 501(c)3 nonprofit local organization that provides free support groups for adults and teens that have lost a loved one to suicide. Our support groups meet in Denton, Flower Mound, and Oak Point. Please call 469-968-7161, or email tbs.ntx@gmail.com, for more information.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Find a Survivor Support Group Tool

Survivor Support Resources

Camp Kita

Camp Kita is a tuition-free summer bereavement camp located in Maine. The camp is open to children ages 8 - 17 who are survivors of a loved one’s suicide. Camp Kita is held in a traditional camp setting and provides all of the quintessential experiences of any rural summer camp. In addition, the camp provides clinical professionals who lead small peer support sessions and offer 24/7 trauma support.

A Handbook For Coping With Suicide Grief:

A publication of the American Association of Suicidology

Alliance of Hope

Resources and Community Forum

National Suicide Hotline: Dial 988 (open 24 hours)

North Texas Crisis Hotline: 214-828-1000

If you (or someone you know) are in imminent danger of hurting yourself or others, call 911.