If you or someone you know has experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide—parent, sibling, child (regardless of age), or other relatives, or any other person close to you, we welcome you to join others of us who are also suicide loss survivors in a small group setting as we share our stories without judgment or criticism, just compassionate listening in a confidential environment.
Research has shown that the opportunity for us to tell our story and to listen to the stories of others in a confidential and caring way helps us to make the path through grief a little easier. Our groups are led by experienced suicide loss survivors and all the participants have suffered the loss of someone to suicide. In comfortable surroundings free of criticism you have the opportunity to tell as much or as little of your story as you wish. We hope you will want to join a group and see for yourself what a difference it can make in your recovery process.
Groups are presently forming and will start in July. If you are interested, please leave a message on our Contact page or on our Facebook page in FB Messenger. It is important that you contact us ahead of time so we can give you detailed directions.
Our first group is located at Unity Church Houston, 2929 Unity Drive in the Education Building. This group will meet on the first and third Tuesday of every month from 7:30 until 9:00 p.m.
We have a new support group starting Tuesday, March 10. This group will be located at Cypress Creek Christian Community Center, 6823 Cypresswood Drive, 281-376-7121, and will be called SOS Northwest. We will meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 7:30-9:00 p.m. in Room 102 in the Educational Building. Here is a map of the campus. The Education Building (yellow building) is the closest one to the Barbara Bush Library and the entrance (red arrow) is between the Forum Building and the Education Building. Parking is available in the large lot behind the buildings. There is never a charge to attend one of our meetings.
CCCCC can be found easily by traveling toward Tomball on Hwy 249, exit and turn right on Cypresswood Drive, continue for about four miles.