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Dear friends,


After 17 years of the Suicide Survivors’ Club being a resource for those who have lost loved ones to suicide, as of July 1st, 2024 we will be winding down our services. This decision was not made lightly, and our hearts will always go out to those impacted by suicide. 


Our book sets and activity guides will still be available upon request indefinitely,  at no cost through the email our email (, but it will be monitored less frequently.

If you are looking for crisis or mental health resources, please scroll to the bottom of this page or click the “Community/Resources" tab above.

Thank you,

Your friends from SSC

The loss of a loved one by suicide is often shocking, painful and unexpected. The grief that ensues can be intense, complex, and long term. Each person will experience it in their own way and at their own pace.

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About Us

Suicide Survivors' Club (SSC) is an organization dedicated to ending the stigma of loss by suicide through integrative art and narrative tools that support loss survivors. SSC provides support and education to help individuals process their grief with the hope they will heal and restore their lives. 


Memorable Quotes

"Most Impressed"

"Complexity of the Process"

"A Labor of Love"

“As a family therapist specializing in grief I was most impressed with the way in which this series captures the internal world of a particular family grieving a suicide death. One can hear in each family member’s words how differently they experienced their loss developmentally and how they evolved over time.”

“These books should help any reader to better comprehend the complexity of the process of recovery from the suicide of a loved one, that it can’t be sorted into neat boxes, that it takes a long long long time, and that much of it involves living an ordinary life, an ordinary life that makes acres of room for grieving and healing.”  

"Parenting the Suicide Survivor’s Club is a labor of love and a heartfelt gift to suicide survivors everywhere. Author Rebecca Anderson shares this most intimate and private journey for the common good of all of us who have shared a death of a loved one by suicide. She provides another option for the healing journey and step by step shows us the way. ”

Janice Nadeau, PhD.

Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Registered Nurse, Fellow In Thanatology

David Morris,  Ph.D. 

Licensed Psychologist

Janet Benz, DNP, RN,

Founder of The Christopher Benz Foundation – lost her son Christopher to suicide at age 17 in 2007

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