Suicide is a very real public health problem that impacts individuals from a variety of backgrounds and of all ages. The Kim Foundation is dedicated to connecting suicide survivors and suicide attempt survivors with supportive and trustworthy resources.
A “suicide survivor” is a term used for an individual who has survived the loss of a loved one to suicide. Losing a loved one to suicide can bring a flood of overwhelming emotions for those left behind. On this page, you will find helpful information for suicide survivors and for the people who may be looking for ways to support them.
The Metro Area LOSS Team is made up of suicide loss survivors and volunteer mental health professionals. The mission of the team is to provide those bereaved by suicide with support and resources. To connect with a team member, please contact Julia at The Kim Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-891-6911.
A “suicide attempt survivor” is a term used for an individual who has survived a suicide attempt. The days and weeks following a suicide attempt are full of mixed emotions and confusion.
If you or a loved one has experienced an attempt, here are some resources to help begin a process of healing.