Has someone you cared about ended their own life? You are not alone.

At Leeds Mind we offer compassionate support for people who have been bereaved by or affected by suicide.

We will support you whoever you have lost – this may be a parent, child, partner, sibling, other relative, friend or work colleague. It doesn’t matter whether you have been affected by a suicide that was in the last few days, weeks or months, or if it is something that happened years or even decades ago.

You can use the service if you believe someone you care about has ended their own life, even if this has not been officially recognised or you haven’t had an inquest. We also support people who feel affected by a suicide but do not identify as bereaved, for example if you witnessed a death.

What service do you require?

Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service

Leeds City Council has provided funding for a suicide bereavement service in Leeds. The project is run by Leeds Mind and Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service.

We provide 1:1, peer groups, family support and counselling.

For more information and details on how to refer in to the service, please visit the website via the button below.

Visit the Leeds SBS website

West Yorks & Harrogate Suicide Bereavement Service

NHS England has provided funding for a suicide bereavement service across the following Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) areas: Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven area; Bradford City; Bradford district; Calderdale; Greater Huddersfield; North Kirklees; and Wakefield.

The project is run by Leeds Mind and informed by the Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service.

To access support you must be a resident of West Yorkshire or Craven. You can access support as an individual or work place. We provide 1:1 support and peer support groups.

Visit the website via the button below for more information and details on how to refer in to the service.

Visit the WYHSBS website

Want to talk to us about which service is right for you?
Call us on 0113 305 5800