The volunteers from the Grieving Parents Internet Community and the POS-FFOS Internet Community have created and maintain the following groups and websites. We invite you to join a group and to visit the websites.
|Parents of Suicides (POS)
Parents of Suicides (POS) Internet Community was founded on October 9, 1998. The mission of POS is to offer understanding, support, information, connections and hope to parents bereaved by suicide. The group has a private private chat room, twice monthly electronic newsletter, and annual retreats in Tennessee. Membership is international. Join here.
|Friends and Families of Suicides (FFOS)
Friends and Families of Suicides (FFOS) is an international e-mail group and Internet community, established on September 30, 2000. Our mission is to offer understanding, support, information, and hope to anyone who has lost someone to suicide. The group has a private private chat room, monthly electronic newsletter, and annual retreats in Tennessee. Membership is international. Join here.
International Suicide Memorial Wall
The International Suicide Memorial Wall is located in Columbia, Tennesse; it was dedicated to the memory of those who died by suicide on April 21, 2006. It holds over 400 photos and tiles commemorating people from all over the world. It is hoped that the Wall will provide comfort to friends and family members left behind, and that it will help educate those who see it in person. Visit here.
|POS-FFOS Internet Community main website
The main website of the Parents of Suicides - Friends and Families of Suicides Internet community is filled with many resources for people who have lost someone to suicide. It's the "Grand Central Station" of the community. Visit here.
|Faces of Suicide
The Faces of Suicide site was created as a visual reminder to the world that people who take their lives are not just numbers and statistics. They were real people, people who mattered to their friends and family members.
The Faces of We Remember Them is also a strong reminder of the fact suicide needs to be prevented. Please join with us in the challenge to educate the world and prevent suicide. Start with your own community. You can make a difference. Visit here.
|We Remember Them Memorial Wall
The We Remember Them Memorial Wall is was created as special place for people to honor the names of people they love who have died.
We Remember Them Memorial Wall is divided into five sections, each one representing one classification of death: natural, accidental, homicide, suicide, all other. Visit here.