Alliance of Hope for Suicide Survivors- The Alliance of Hope for Suicide Loss Survivors was created by survivors for survivors. Among their many resources, they offer a community forum, offering support to suicide loss survivors 24/7.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention- The AFSP website provides a plethora of online resources for those that have lost a loved one to suicide. Some of their offerings include video documentaries about suicide loss survival and a list of books that other survivors have recommended.


Not In Vain

Support and sisterhood for grieving moms of the drug epidemic.

Team Sharing, Inc.

Team Sharing Inc. is a national organization of parents who have lost a child to Substance Use Disorder (SUD)

Through social networking, community activism, grief services and advocacy, TEAM SHARING provides support and friendship to grieving families while working to raise awareness of Substance Use Disorder and its impact on our communities.


Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

While We're Waiting

Faith-Based Retreats for Bereaved Parents - uplifting retreat experiences where hurting parents can form connections with other moms and dads who truly understand the experience of losing a child and who share their faith in God.– is a website with a plethora of resources for those that are grieving. It offers grief webinars, online grief workshops, free videos and information on self-care while you are grieving.

Grief Helps – Grief Helps offers a variety of no cost on-line resources to support the grieving. You will find information, encouragement and inspiration from blogs, mini-videos and books, photography and more. The site is managed by James E. Miller, a writer, photographer and presenter who has written many books and created many videos on loss and grief.

Grief in Common- Grief in common is a website whose focus is to connect individuals that are on similar grief journeys. You can fill out a profile and search for people that have endured similar circumstances. They also provide a great list of community resources for those who are grieving.

Grief and Addiction Treatment– Grief and addiction are tragically connected, with one often causing or worsening the other. Rehab can help individuals cope with both and end the cycle.

Grief and Bereavement in Accidental or Sudden Death- This online resource provides insight to the five stages of grief specific to accidental loss, offers a suggested reading list and gives several tips on seeking help and helping others during this extremely difficult time.

Grief and Recovery after a Substance Passing- Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Their website includes online resources to cope, a list of book recommendations, along with meditation and relaxation techniques.

Guide to Inheritance and IRA’s– This guide will give you a comprehensive overview of the implications of inheritance planning for IRAs while also giving you the tools to better handle your personal inheritance situation. Read on to discover everything there is to know about inheritance and IRAs.

Handling Finances after the Loss of a Family Member– Losing a family member is never easy. Aside from trying to handle your emotions, you have to figure out the logistics of the loss — such as funeral arrangements, dividing out assets, and handling the deceased’s finances. Before you get started, take a moment to familiarize yourself with some of the most common terms associated with the loss of a loved one.

Compassion Books – Compassion Books offers a large selection of books in the areas of loss and grief. Easily navigated, their website has books for helping people of all ages from losses due to aging, illness, homicide, suicide and divorce. Books range from simple books for children to books for professionals. All books, videos and CDs carried by Compassion Books have been carefully reviewed by trained professionals and persons who have experienced similar losses.


Bureau of Justice Statistics – Bureau of Justice Statistics has a wealth of information on various crimes. Information is available for individual states as well as national statistics.

Nova – National Organization for Victim Assistance.

Office for Victims of Crime – The federal government website for resources throughout the US.

Victim Connect Resource Center- This online resource provides information on the grieving process specifically to those that have lost loved ones to homicide. It also offers information on victim rights, self care, and other resources regarding financial assistance.



American Addiction Centers Resource


Substance Abuse

SAMHSA’s National Helpline


National Drug Helpline


Poison Control


Delphi Behavioral Health GroupDelphi Behavioral Health Group was formed to take on the mission of treating addiction at its core. They believe that through personalized treatment in intimate settings, they can provide those suffering from substance abuse with the tools to start a journey of long-lasting recovery.

Drug Abuse HotlineAdmitting there’s a problem is the first step in overcoming addiction to alcohol or drugs, but deciding to reach out for help is the necessary second step. Substance abuse hotlines exist to help people find the support they need to start down the road to a lifetime of recovery from addiction.

Loneliness, Social Isolation and Substance Abuse Disorders- Information to help those suffering during these unprecedented times.

Managing Financial Challenges for Single Parents Information on resources and assistance programs available for single parents struggling to navigate child support, car insurance, emergency funds, home loan and debt, to name a few financial adjustments. You are not alone.

New Directions for Women Founded on the principle of healing women with addictions in a gender-specific setting with dignity and grace. Unfortunately, women are more likely to experience shame and guilt around their addiction and wait longer to seek professional help which results in the rapid progression of their disease. We offer addiction treatment and support for ALL women.

Financial Assistance for Single Mothers We all understand it might not be easy for single moms to take care of themselves and their children on their own. Hence, the need to gain access to a host of programs that offers financial services and grants. This site offers a plethora of resources available to single mothers throughout the United States.




Connect with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area that offers access to a range of free services. Crisis chat support is available at Online Hotline. Free help, 24/7.


Service of the Department of Veterans Affairs providing resources to individuals, family members, and providers on combat and non-combat-related PTSD. Information includes types of trauma, treatment options, coping mechanisms, related problems.

The website maintains a “Find a Therapist” finder. Offers a Helping a Family Member Who Has PTSD page in Spanish on its website



Trained expert advocates are available 24/7 to provide confidential support to anyone experiencing domestic violence or seeking resources and information. Help is available in Spanish and other languages.