We invite you to meet and hear from some courageous, beautiful people who have allowed us into their deepest moments of despair, grief, pain and finally hope as they cope with the aftermath of suicide.
We also want to introduce you to Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and Greek Orthodox theologians, and scholars and people working in the mental health field, who provided insights as we developed the documentary.
Our hope is that if you are a suicide survivor reading this web site, you will find helpful information and comfort in knowing that others have walked a similar journey. We encourage you to check out If You Are a Survivor on this site.
If you (or someone you know) are having thoughts about suicide, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255). You will be connected to a certified crisis center nearest your location. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you are a suicide survivor and would like to find a support group near you, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention lists support groups by state.
If you are a pastor, counselor, friend or family member interested in knowing more about surviving suicide, we hope that the stories and information in this web site will enable you to relate in helpful ways to persons experiencing the grief of suicide.
Why this documentary?