Grief and Loss, Mental Health, Preventing Suicide, Special Occasions, Suicide Loss Survivors, Supporting a Suicide Loss Survivor

Healing through Service

Many survivors find meaning in their loss through service to others. That service can be as simple as attending a suicide survivor support group like ours to offer compassion and understanding to new survivors, or reaching out to call a new group member to let them know you are there and understand what they are going through. Our group member Ted Robbins lost his sixteen-year-old son Christian to suicide this past April. Ted shares that as part of his family’s healing they have decided to try and save other kids from losing their life by way of suicide and mental illness. (A photo of Christian and the Robbins family is shown above.)

Christian’s Cause


Washington Post – Front Page Leading Story

Tri Cities Herald – Front Page Leading Story

The Yakima Herald – Front Page Leading Story

Franklin Connection – Local City Steps

The Daily Chronicle

Wenatchee World

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