Healing from Suicide Attempts
If you or a loved one has recently experienced a suicide attempt, there is help available and stories of hope from others who have lived experience of a suicide attempt. These resources below provide information about steps towards recovery, healing, hope, and connection.
Stories of Hope and Recovery: A Video Guide for Suicide Attempt Survivors
Brief stories from individuals who have lived experience of a suicide attempt and their journey afterwards towards hope and healing.
A Journey Toward Health and Hope: Your Handbook for Recovery After a Suicide Attempt
Interactive resource guide with personal stories of individuals who previously attempted suicide, and a self-reflection component for making your first steps towards healing and recovery, including ways you can process your attempt and what support you may need at this time.
A Guide for Taking Care of Your Family Member After Treatment in the Emergency Department
A brochure developed by family members for those whose loved one has attempted suicide and been treated in the emergency department. This brochure includes information on what you can expect in from your emergency room visit, how to care for yourself and your family member in the recovery process following an attempt, and ways to move forward.
A Guide for Taking Care of Yourself after Your Treatment in the Emergency Department
A brochure that assists people who have recently attempted suicide. This resource walks through ways to find healing, hope, and recovery after treatment in the emergency room and ways to cope if you experience thoughts of suicide again. This resource also includes ways to connect with other people who have attempted suicide and additional free resources.