The American Association of Suicidology is a national membership agency for all those involved in suicide prevention or touched by suicide.
The American Association of Suicidology Blog
Talking About Suicide
Cara Anna is an accomplished journalist and survivor of a suicide attempt. She writes a blog allowing attempt survivors to share their experiences and learn how others have survived.
A collection of portraits and stories of suicide attempt survivors, as told by those survivors. It strips the issue of anonymity and encourages survivors to own their experiences publicly and proudly.
The National Action Alliance
A private/public partnership advancing a national strategy for suicide prevention in the United States.
NAMI offers support groups in many communities for friends and family of individuals with a mental illness
Drawing From Life
The National Film Board of Canada produced this short documentary following a group therapy program for suicide attempt survivors.
Connects those who are thinking of suicide with trained counselors by calling 1-800-273-8255 or via chat from their website.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline with funding from SAMHSA has also produced a video Stories of Hope and Recovery that highlights three individuals who have attempted suicide and how they survived. Order a copy of the video or download one to watch here.
SAMHSA has published several booklets for suicide attempt survivors and those who support them. Click below for more information: