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4 Weeks Support Group

4 Weeks Support Group New 4 weeks transition programme, suitable to those having completed the FOSL 6 weeks Support Group for the recently bereaved by suicide. Starting on 8th May 2024. Time: 7:30-8:30. Location: Via Zoom. Facilitated by trained FOSL volunteers . This is a closed group which prepares members for entry into the FOSL ongoing core support group. For more information please contact: 01 492 7576

#Survivor Day Event

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day : Friends of Suicide Loss Ireland invite you to join us Saturday 18th November 2023 for our annual ’’Mourning Has Broken’’ walk and event. We will be start at the Spire on O'Connell Street, Dublin 1 at 1:30 p.m. and arrive at Clontarf Castle hotel. Following a welcome,readings,presentations and a ceremony which is all free we invite you to join us for our main event at 6:30 p.m. dinner and entertainment which costs 100euros.All monies go solely to our services.Registration for the main event via this link: https://dublin-ireland.isosld.afsp.org/ For further information Tel:+353(0)14927576. Text:+353(0)872433738 Email:info@fosl.ie

Education and training programmes

Postvention (care of the suicide bereaved). We provide education and training programmes on postvention. Currently training facilitators for group support online.For more information please contact the organizer for training on 014927576 or email us on foslpost@gmail.com

Volunteers

FOSL is currently looking for volunteers to help out for our growing support meetings in Dublin city center. If you are interested or have any experience in working with people bereaved by suicide please contact us by email, phone or write to The Secretary,Friends of Suicide Loss, 9C Lower Abbey St., Dublin 1

6 Weeks Support Group

New 6 week suicide bereavement support group programme for the suicide bereaved.Very suitable for those in the first 12 to 18 months or for those who have not attended our preliminary support group previousely.. Starting on 8th MAY 2024. Time: 6:30-8:30. Location: Via Zoom. Facilitated by trained FOSL volunteers . This is a closed therapeutic support group which will be held weekly.If you wish to join or want more information please contact: +353(0)1 492 7576

Group Support

Upcoming workshop/lecture Workshops and lectures in June & November 2024 with invited guests for the suicide bereaved.For more information please contact 01 492 7576

Workshops

We are actively conducting workshops in Dublin city and surrounding communities and counties with the objective to encourage and promote the importance of group support for those bereaved by suicide

Latest News

Our FOSL Dublin group support meetings are scheduled going forward at 6.30 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month and we are introducing extra new support evenings shortly due to demand where we are placing people in groups suitable to their time frame and needs

Latest & Greatest Organized by the ladies of F O S L

Friends of Suicide Loss“You Are Not Alone” Members Coffee Mornings All over Dublin & now Nationwide For those bereaved Or affected by suicide For more info please contact01 492 7576

New Support Group for Siblings

We are starting a new support group in May 2024 for siblings only bereaved by suicide. If you have lost a brother or sister to suicide this is for you.This will be a closed group & will be conducted via Zoom.For more details please contact the organizer on 0035314927576 or email foslpost@gmail.com

New Support Group for Parents

Upcoming workshop/lecture Workshop and lecture in June 2024 with invited guests for parents only bereaved by suicide. For more information please contact 01 492 7576

New Support Group for Bereaved Partners

Upcoming workshop/lecture Workshops and lectures in May/June 2024 with invited guests for partners only bereaved by suicide. For more information please contact 01 492 7576

New Research Study

A cross-cultural study on the impact, effect &value of participating in 'Peer-led' support groups with researchers from Trinity College Dublin, Denmark & Australia. More details on research section of website blog or you can view the research paper on this link:https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/19/16/9898?