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Hope and Healing after Suicide


​​Alberta Health and Wellness. (2000). Suicide Grief: Let’s Talk About It.[pamphlet]. Alberta: Alberta Health and Wellness.

Alberta Health Services (2015). Hope and Healing: A Practical Guide for Survivors of Suicide.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. (2014). Talking to Children about Suicide. Retrieved from

Bolton, I. (1987). Beyond surviving: Suggestions for survivors. In J. Dunne, J. McIntosh & K. Dunne-Maxim (Eds.), Suicide and its aftermath (pp. 289-290).

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention. (2018). How to Support Those Living with Suicide Loss. Retrieved from

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention. (2018). Suicide Grief. Retrieved from

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. (2018). When a Parent Dies by Suicide: What kids want to know. Retrieved from

Centre for Mental Health, NSW Health Department. (1999). Care and Support Pack for Families and Friends Bereaved by Suicide. New South Wales: NSW Health Department

Goldman, L. (2000, May/June). Suicide: How Can We Talk to the Children? The Forum Newsletter, p. 1-3.

Mertick, E. (1991). Yours, Mine and Our Children’s Grief: A Parent’s Guide. Alberta: Alberta Funeral Service Association.

Current as of: March 22, 2021

Author: Provincial Injury Prevention, Alberta Health Services