Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) was founded by survivors of suicide loss in Minneapolis in 1990, and people bereaved by suicide have always been a central part of the mission, goals, and history of SAVE, which now serves communities across the country.
Available to Help Survivors
SAVE offers a number of programs and materials for survivors:
- A section on coping with suicide grief on the SAVE website -- http://www.save.org/coping
- A comprehensive booklet on suicide grief: "Suicide: Coping with the Loss of a Friend or Loved One" (listed on the suicide prevention Best Practices Registry)
- A wallet card for survivors of suicide loss: "After a Suicide: Coping with Your Grief"
- Suicide Survivors: A Guide For Those Left Behind, a book for survivors by Adina Wrobleski, one of SAVE's founders
- The Named Memorial Program, through which survivors can forever honor people who have died by suicide while providing ongoing support for SAVE's suicide prevention and bereavement programs
- Almost two dozen SAVE events annually, through which survivors play a key role in supporting SAVE's mission as they continue on their own healing journey
For additional details, please download the flier describing SAVE's products.