Suicide Grief Support

The death of someone important to you is always difficult.  When they die by suicide, it can leave you feeling lost, confused and out of control. You may experience powerful and conflicting emotions like anger, guilt, denial, shock, helplessness and abandonment, that are difficult to cope with on your own. Stigma casts a shadow over suicide deaths that may leave us feeling alone and like no one understands – because, honestly, unless they’ve experienced it, they don’t and can’t understand.

The Community Grief Center recognizes how unique and complicated the grieving process can be after a suicide death. We believe sharing our grief journey with other suicide grievers helps ease the pain. Therefore, we partner with North Range Behavioral Health’s Suicide Education and Support Services (SESS) to host a support group.

understanding & healing after suicide

8 Week Closed Support Group

Our program provides a safe space where individuals can share their grief experiences, offers education on the distinct nature of suicide grief and mindfulness coping strategies, ensures relief from the isolation felt by suicide loss survivors, equips them with tools for healing and reconciliation, and instills hope for a brighter future.

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What is the Cost?

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we offer all individual services at no cost.

What are the Office Hours?

Our regular office hours are Monday through Thursday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

How to join a support group?

To find the support group that’s right for you, simply call 970-506-4114.

How does a 1 to 1 session work?

We focus on empathetic listening & embrace Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s companioning model.

unite in healing

You’re not alone.
Surround yourself with support.

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Find Deeper Understanding About The Process Of Grief.

We are here for you.

Have Questions?

If questions are weighing on your mind or you’d like to set up a time to talk, please know we’re just a phone call away.