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close this bookPreventing Suicide: How to Start a Survivors Group (WHO; 2000; 50 pages)
View the documentForeword
View the documentThe importance of self-help support groups
View the documentSurviving a suicide
View the documentImpact of suicide
View the documentSources of help for the bereaved
View the documentHow to initiate a self-help support group for survivors of suicide
View the documentDeveloping the operational framework for the group
View the documentIdentifying and gaining access to resources to support the group
View the documentGauging success
View the documentPotential risk factors for the group
View the documentSurvivor support in developing countries and rural areas
View the documentSurvivor support through “involvement therapy” in other activities
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Preventing Suicide: How to Start a Survivors Group


Department of Mental Health
Social Change and Mental Health

World Health Organization
Geneva

WHO/MNH/MBD/00.6
Original: English
Distr.: General

This document is one of a series of resources addressed to specific social and professional groups particularly relevant to the prevention of suicide.

It has been prepared as part of SUPRE, the WHO worldwide initiative for the prevention of suicide.

Keywords: suicide/prevention/resources/survivors' group

Mental and Behavioural Disorders
Department of Mental Health
World Health Organization
Geneva
2000

© World Health Organization, 2000

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