Suicide as a Language of Pain (SLOP)

 

THERE IS HOPE

More than 700,000 people die by suicide every year. Furthermore, for each suicide, there are more than 20 suicide tries. People who try to die by suicide have a ripple effect that impacts families, friends, colleagues, communities, and societies. Suicides are preventable.

Suicide is messy for all involved. Who better to support survivors than survivors. SLOP gives survivors a place where they can find healing and support.

Ever just want to be able to talk about what's happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgment or fear of reaction.

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Who is it for? SURVIVORS!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans/dreams of suicide and just needs a place to talk about it, feel heard, and listened to!

Support

Suicide is messy for all involved. Who better to support survivors than survivors? SLOP gives survivors a place where they can find healing and support.

What is SLOP?

SLOP is a 90-minute designed by, facilitated by, and attended by survivors for survivors.

It provides a space for individuals who come together to share and experience strength and hope.

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden, for fear of others trying to "fix us", force us to take meds, going into the hospital, or putting our professional careers at risk. As a result, we feel alone with no one to "Just Talk About It."

 

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If you need someone you can talk to or are interested in joining SLOP, kindly leave us a message. :)

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