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We're CALM and we're a suicide prevention charity.

We're here to help you find the support you need.

Losing someone to suicide is different to any other loss or bereavement. But you are not alone. CALM's here to support you.


Moving forward after losing a loved one to suicide can be tough. Our guides have practical info and advice to help with what you're facing.


Looking after yourself after a bereavement by suicide can be overwhelming. Our toolkit has some tried and trusted ways to help you pause and reset.


Our professional helpline team are here to chat if you have lost someone to suicide, are struggling with suicidal thoughts or worried about someone who might be suicidal.

Help is at hand

This booklet from Public Health England contains practical advice to help you after losing someone to suicide. It includes information on coroner's courts, funerals and supporting children.

Supporter stories

Sometimes, knowing you're not alone can be the reassurance you need. Our supporters’ stories are just that. Stories of people who’ve got through their lowest times, and you can too.

More places to find support

Find other places to get tailored support. From bereavement to gambling or discrimination, explore expert organisations and groups you can turn to.

If you need immediate help and our helpline isn't open,

call emergency services on 999, or talk to Samaritans on 116 123

Remembering a loved one through charitable giving

If you’ve lost someone to suicide, charitable giving or doing something in memory of a loved one can be a great way to remember them.

Explore supporting in memory