Offers support for anyone over the age 18 who has been bereaved or affected by suicide.
The Anchor Project is a postvention service in which interventions are adapted to support and assist those bereaved or affected by suicide.
The Anchor Project Group is a place where you can tell the truth about how hard it is, and where you can share what is really going on for you, without feeling corrected, judged or being told to move on with your life now.
It is a place where you can connect with other and feel less isolated in your loss.
Over the eight weeks the group will support you to speak openly about your feelings, emotions and reactions.
The group offers a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment.
Day times and evening times groups are available to accommodate different availabilities.
“Postvention is prevention for the next generation”
- Shneidman (1972)
· Eight week closed groups run from the city centre of Norwich
· 12 people maximum per group
· Day and evening times available
· Groups are free of charge
· Each group runs for 2 hours with refreshments provided
· Open to anyone bereaved or affected by suicide over the age of 18
· The groups will be run by a member of staff and a volunteer with a lived in experience
· Accessible for people who have been bereaved for a minimum of 3 months
· Opportunity to meet other people who are experiencing the same type of loss
Dates for the next groups:
Evening groups starting from Wednesday 12th February at 17:30pm – 19:30pm
Day groups starting from Thursday 13th February at 10:30am – 12:30pm