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Mission

To encourage, comfort and give hope to those who have lost a loved one or friend to suicide. Entouch provides support and resources for those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

Your age doesn’t matter. Your religion doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter whether you are young, old, male, female, single, married, a mom or a dad. Suicide has no rules. Only faces and hurting hearts. Hurting hearts that now extend to you. You are now left to go on. You don’t know how. You don’t even know where to begin. Your journey can begin by attending a support group…Group information can be found here.  

You are encouraged to use these resources or call us if you want to talk. We know it’s hard to take that first step. You can’t even believe you’re doing this or that you even need to. We thought the same thing. We lost a sister and our 15 year old grandson to suicide. We know. We offer support because only those who have gone through this horrible tragedy can understand. We are not counselors but have gone though it too.

Here is an update on suicide support groups in the Southeast Wisconsin area. We wanted to update you on these groups so that you may help while traveling this journey. You can find information and valuable resources at afsp.org (american foundation for suicide prevention). or go here for a list of area groups. The information can be found here

WHY SUPPORT?

Survivors of suicide are family and friends who have experienced the loss of a loved one who has died from suicide. A group is not a counseling session but offers support through the sharing of like experiences. A group is designed to be a community support group no matter what your race, religion or background. Group information can be found here. 

THE PURPOSE

A place where survivors of suicide can connect with others who share the same experience. A place where you will find comfort, hope and encouragement as you travel on your healing journey.

You are not alone. We are on this journey together. If you are not comfortable attending a group yet or would like to talk, please contact Steve and Cathie .