Supporting One Another: Grief and Loss Group
A Different Kind of Loss: Losing someone to suicide can be painful, confusing and overwhelming. Suicide Bereavement is the deep sadness and mourning that often occurs after the loss of a loved one to suicide or self-injurious behavior.
Losing someone to suicide can be painful, confusing, and overwhelming. Grieving the suicide of a loved one is different than grieving other types of loss. However, you can find your way through the grief process and heal with support. You are not alone.
Others who have had your experience may help you through your healing process. Attending a Support Group can:
- Reduce feelings of isolation
- Provide a safe place to explore feelings
- Encourage group members to discover healing is possible
The JPFMF Grief and Loss Support Group Meets Monthly from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. JPFMF offers individual grief counseling as well.
If you or someone you know is going through this painful loss, please call (302) 858-4040 for more details. We are here to help. Remember you are not alone!
Survivors of Suicide Attempt (SOSA)
For survivors of suicide attempts, we offer a support group to talk and receive tools for processing suicidal thoughts. Call or contact us online to learn more about our services for survivors of suicide attempts.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a very serious mental health concern for veterans and civilians. If you are in need of a support group to talk about your history with PTSD and learn coping mechanism for your life, contact JPFMF today. You are not alone.
Bullying and Suicide Prevention
Bullying is a serious crime in Delaware. It can lead to depression, low self-esteem, and suicide. Find support groups for processing the emotional trauma associated with bullying and prevent suicide. Contact JPFMF to learn more about our support groups for victims of bullying.
Active Parenting Group
This group is intended to support the development of human potential through the family structure by providing parents with the information and skills to foster in their children the qualities necessary for thriving in a democratic society: cooperation, courage, responsibility, and self-esteem.
Who Should Attend: Parents, guardians, caretakers, foster parents, stepparents, etc.
Program Description: Ten-week didactic program, one day a week for 2 ½ hours.