Suicide Awareness Meetup Groups

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Neighbors meeting to promote the mission and goal of AFSP - To understand and prevent suicide through research and education, and to reach out to people with mood disorders and those affected by suicide. For further information, go to: www.afsp.org/c­

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Neighbors, Survivors, Members
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The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is the only national not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research and education, and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those

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Life Savers
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This group is for anyone feeling suicidal, depressed, or sad. Or struggling with self injury or harm. It is peer-to-peer with A.S.I.S.T. members. We are hear to listen and help you find the tools for you to get through this difficult time in your lif

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Join the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (afsp.org) by donating your time, talent and passion to preventing suicide. Make a difference in the lives touched by suicide by volunteering at this community walk. Whatever your background, streng

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Suicide Prevention Volunteers
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The journey through grief is complex. Healing can be especially difficult if the bereaved person is non-religious, and lives in an area where the vast majority of the community is religious. After my 22 year old daughter suddenly and unexpectedly die

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Secular grievers
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Join the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (www.AFSP.org) by contributing your time, talent, and passion to help prevent suicide. Whatever your background, strengths, and interests, we need you! Make a difference in the lives of those touche

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Difference Makers
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The Samaritans of New York, a non-religious, non-profit organization in New York City offers free bereavement support groups for individuals who have lost a loved one to suicide who seek a safe and supportive environment where they can talk about the

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Survivors
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Terminology Mrs.:  Used as a courtesy title for a married or widowed woman before the surname or full name of her husband. Survivor of Suicide:  One of the family and friends of someone who has died by suicide. SOS:  A call or signal for help. Surviv

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Mrs. Survivors
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People from all age groups, cultures and communities may find that they are faced with suicidal thoughts. Having suicidal thoughts does not mean that you are "weak", "selfish", or "bad." In fact, suicidal thoughts are a symptom of several medical con

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Peer supporters
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To gather regularly to discuss research and our own ideas about how to understand and prevent further school, home, theater, and mall violence.

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Violence preventers

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August 13, 2014
Private

People from all age groups, cultures and communities may find that they are faced with suicidal thoughts. Having suicidal thoughts does not mean that you are "weak", "selfish", or "bad." In fact, suicidal thoughts are a symptom of several medical con

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Peer supporters
August 10, 2014

This group is for anyone who has lost someone to suicide and needs support or would like to give support to others. Because of the stigma attached to suicide we often find it difficult to talk about the loss of our loved ones and to get help to move

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SIS-ters (Survivors in Suicide)
August 5, 2014

Join the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (www.AFSP.org) by contributing your time, talent, and passion to help prevent suicide. Whatever your background, strengths, and interests, we need you! Make a difference in the lives of those touche

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Difference Makers
July 29, 2014

Join the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (afsp.org) by donating your time, talent and passion to preventing suicide. Make a difference in the lives touched by suicide by volunteering at this community walk. Whatever your background, streng

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Suicide Prevention Volunteers
June 22, 2014

Terminology Mrs.:  Used as a courtesy title for a married or widowed woman before the surname or full name of her husband. Survivor of Suicide:  One of the family and friends of someone who has died by suicide. SOS:  A call or signal for help. Surviv

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Mrs. Survivors
April 3, 2014
Private

This group is for anyone feeling suicidal, depressed, or sad. Or struggling with self injury or harm. It is peer-to-peer with A.S.I.S.T. members. We are hear to listen and help you find the tools for you to get through this difficult time in your lif

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Members
January 31, 2014

To gather regularly to discuss research and our own ideas about how to understand and prevent further school, home, theater, and mall violence.

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Violence preventers
January 26, 2014

The journey through grief is complex. Healing can be especially difficult if the bereaved person is non-religious, and lives in an area where the vast majority of the community is religious. After my 22 year old daughter suddenly and unexpectedly die

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Secular grievers
January 15, 2014

The Samaritans of New York, a non-religious, non-profit organization in New York City offers free bereavement support groups for individuals who have lost a loved one to suicide who seek a safe and supportive environment where they can talk about the

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Survivors
June 25, 2013

This group is for those of us who have dealt personally with suicide and are striving to create a life worth living. We will get together weekly and have thoughtful discussions on topics we can decide on. Clearly, this is a difficult subject to talk

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