Survivor Support



The Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Groups are a free service provided by various agencies and/or communities in the State of Nevada. The self-help groups are for family and friends who have lost a loved one to suicide. These groups are for adults 18 years and older.. The groups are designed to help survivors cope with the suicide loss and the grief issues they are now facing.


  1. Provides support and validation for the feelings survivors are experiencing.
  2. To meet others who have lost a loved one to suicide to reduce isolation.
  3. Provides a safe and comfortable environment where group members can talk about their feelings and the issues suicide brought to their lives.
  4. Group members learn new ways of coping with their situation by hearing how others have coped with theirs.
  5. The group provides a sense of hope that they will survive this loss.


The information shared during support group meetings is confidential in nature, with one exception. If or when any group member threatens suicide, homicide or physical abuse against another individual the confidentiality will need to be broken to put services in place to protect the life of the group member and/or harm to anyone else.

If you are in the Southern Nevada area, please check out the Surviving Suicide Loss support group. A complete list of additional groups throughout the state of Nevada can be viewed here: List of Nevada Support Groups

If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide PLEASE call the National Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK

Board MEMBER INTEREST FORM (2024-2026)

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: May 30th, 2024

Thank you for your interest in applying for a Board Position with the Nevada Coalition for Suicide Prevention!

The Board of Directors of the Nevada Coalition for Suicide Prevention (NCSP) is vital in guiding & implementing the work of suicide prevention across the state of Nevada. The Board is comprised of volunteers throughout the state that are nominated & elected into their respective positions. 

To be eligible for nomination & election to the Board of Directors, you must be an adult AND a member in good standing. This means that you are a general member of NCSP (for at least 6 months) & your membership dues are current. NCSP also expects that you have demonstrated involvement in NCSP meetings & Events and/or demonstrated involvement in suicide prevention activities in your community or organization. 

As a prospective Board Member, NCSP expects you to be aligned with the Mission, Vision, & Values of NCSP & to be prepared to meet the responsibilities that come with being a Board Member. If you are unable or unwilling to meet the expectations that come with Boar membership, please decline the nomination. We encourage you to remain a general coalition member though.