Death by suicide is barred none one of the most difficult ways in which a loved one can die. The aftermath presents an emotionally challenging situation for survivors of suicide loss. This includes facing the prospect of suicide cleanup following a traumatic death of this nature. Survivors of suicide loss, typically family members, face the tremendous task of seeing to the remediation of the scene. The additional emotional toll that suicide cleanup can vest upon survivors underscores the need for compassionate professional assistance. 

Suicide Postvention Guiding Principles

The Specialists at the Riverside Trauma Center have developed a set of guiding principles associated with the suicide postvention process. These principles are designed to provide a pathway to assist survivors of suicide of a young person or student in addressing this particularly tragic type of death. The five primary guiding principles are: Avoid oversimplifying…