September is National Suicide Prevention Month

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly 3000 people on average commit suicide daily. In the Veteran community, suicide rates are at an all-time high.  Most would agree that suicide prevention is the best way to alleviate the grief and sorrow that leaves family members and friends often paralyzed and overwhelmed.

New Hope is no stranger to supporting families who have suffered the loss of a loved one by suicide. In the aftermath of a loved one’s suicide, you might feel like you can’t go on or that you’ll never enjoy life again. If you are grieving the loss of a family member who committed suicide, you don’t have to do it alone.  New Hope wants to provide you with the support, hope, and healing you will need to move forward in life.  We offer 8 week grief support groups, to learn about our groups please click here or call our offices at 562-429-0075 ext.2.

Remember, you are not alone!

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Suicide grief: Healing after a loved one’s suicide
National Suicide Prevention Hotline