In 1999, Senator Harry Reid, who lost his father to suicide, introduced a resolution to the United States Senate which led to the creation of International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. The day was designated by the U.S. Congress as a day on which those affected by suicide can join together for healing and support.

Every year, hundreds of large and small Survivor Day events are held around the world, in which suicide loss survivors come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through their shared experience. The event in Walnut Creek is supported by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) and the Contra Costa Crisis Center.

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

Saturday, November 23
9am—Noon
John Muir Medical Center
Walnut Creek Campus
Ball Auditorium
1601 Ygnacio Valley Road
Walnut Creek

Screening of an AFSP-produced documentary film that offers a message of growth, resilience, and connection.

Presentations & discussions

For more event details, contact
Scott Chavez
scottc@crisis-center.org
925.939.1916, ext 422