Clare Suicide Bereavement Support befriends and supports individuals, families and communities who are bereaved by suicide, whether recently or in the past.

When You’ve Lost a Loved One to Suicide…

When you’ve lost a loved one to suicide, it can rip your world apart. Disbelief, sadness, loss, anger, confusion - the feelings of grief can seem harder to handle than any other bereavement.

We are a group of fully-trained volunteers providing confidential emotional support to individuals, families and communities throughout Co. Clare, who are grieving the loss of someone they loved through suicide. We befriend, listen, support and care – providing a service that is free of charge.




One-to-One Befriending

Meet with a Volunteer at home, or at our Centre.


Family Support

We are trained to help you find your way forward.


Our 8-Week Healing Programme

Group healing and support in a safe environment


Join our Monthly Support Group

Share, talk and support each other – Last Thursday of every month at 7.30pm in the Centre.


Children and Young People

A trained befriender can help you by providing a safe, caring and confidential environment to talk through your grief...read more


Continuity of Care

Support is available for as long as a person chooses. You can engage with us at your own pace, as and when you choose.


CSBS Collaboration and Outreach

Collaboration and liaison with other voluntary, statutory and community organisations

News & Events


Shannon Gael’s Football Club Movember Fundraiser for Clare Suicide Bereavement Support.

Members of the Shannon Gaels Football Club are looking to raise funds for Clare Suicide Bereavement Support by participating in Movember. This amazing charity provides confidential and emotional support to any person affected by suicide throughout County Clare. Please support this very worthy cause in any way you can. Please click the button below to […]

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