Our members and supporters are the foundation of the Support after Suicide Partnership and our wider network. They are all involved in providing support for people bereaved by suicide and play a huge role in helping us to shape our priorities.

AAFDA – Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse

Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA) is an independent and unique organisation offering specialist and expert Advocacy and peer support after fatal domestic abuse.

Founded in 2008, AAFDA provide specialist and expert advocacy and specialist peer support to families and friends bereaved by domestic homicide, domestic abuse related suicides and unexplained deaths.  They work on behalf of families and friends to ensure their loved one’s voice is heard.

They also offer training, information, guidance and advice to professionals involved in cases of fatal domestic abuse.


Ambitious About Autism

Ambitious About Autism‘s journey started in 1997 when a group of parents set up TreeHouse School. At a time when children with autism faced little or no chance of receiving a full and rewarding education, these parents were determined to change this for their children.

This pioneering approach has evolved over time as they’ve adapted and grown as an organisation. What started with four pupils has grown to become a charity that has supported thousands of children and young people with autism. Today they run schools and a college that focus on improving the quality of life of pupils and learners to enable them to learn, thrive and achieve.



AMPARO provides support for anyone affected by suicide. Amparo is not a counselling service but it does provide emotional and practical support. Their experienced Liaison Workers can listen to your needs, assist you in accessing the support you need, whilst helping with a range of practical matters.

Details is a signposting organisation for bereavement support whether that be counselling, support groups, death cafes, financial advice, practical help with bereaved children, or courses on bereavement support.



Autistica are the UK’s leading autism research and campaigning charity. Their mission is to create breakthroughs that enable all autistic people to live happier, healthier, longer lives. We do this by funding research, shaping policy and working with autistic people to make more of a difference.


Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster Mind Suicide Liaison Service

Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster Mind has been commissioned to deliver two suicide bereavement liaison services, in both North West and South West London. These services aim to support individuals and families bereaved by suicide and signpost them to services most relevant to them both locally and nationally.


British Transport Police

The British Transport Police are the national police force for the railways. Every day, we police the journeys of more than six million passengers. Our aim is to get you home safe, secure and on time. They have been operating a Suicide Prevention Policy since 2010, involving Suicide Prevention Plans (SPP) and referrals for suicidal people presenting on the railway.


Buckinghamshire Mind Suicide Liaison Service

The Buckinghamshire Mind Suicide Liaison Service offers a wide variety of support, which allows them to offer personalised care depending on the individuals or family’s needs. There’s no age limit for support and no restrictions surrounding when the bereavement took place. They offer both practical and emotional support, for example, help with personal appointments, official procedures and talking to the media.


Cameron Grant Memorial Trust

Cameron Grant Memorial Trust works to support the prevention of young suicide by helping to improve the visibility of available support services and signpost young people to the resources that could help to save a life.


Child Bereavement UK

Child Bereavement UK helps children and young people (up to age 25), parents, and families, to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. They also provide training to professionals, equipping them to provide the best possible care to bereaved families.


CHUMS Suicide Bereavement Service

The CHUMS Suicide Bereavement Service (SBS) supports people living anywhere in Bedfordshire, Luton, Hertfordshire and West Essex. They support all ages and are a small team of dedicated staff and volunteers, mostly with lived experience of suicide. They offer practical and emotional support within 48 to 72 hours of a referral being received; this includes the delivery of an information pack, assessment and ongoing support.


Clear Path UK

Clear Path UK created a coalition of survivor-led services and organisations, to create the framework and campaign for a regulatory body to oversee all organisations and professionals dealing with abuse, and with prevention rather than the current reactive approach at its core.
Their mission is to ensure the consistent application of these laws and regulations nationwide while providing the resources, research and training to make it possible.
Clear Path UK also provide an 8-week programme which enables survivors to access healing tools that are otherwise inaccessible; this means that they can understand and manage their triggers, take back control of their life and flourish beyond the trauma and abuse.