About Us

“Lifeline of Listening Friends” is organized by volunteers who are dedicated to helping people who have experienced a significant loss in their life – journey through the grieving process.

We live in a death-denying society where people are expected to ‘get-over’ their loss quickly. We understand that this is not always realistic. We know that there are many ways to grieve. We support each person’s right to grieve in an individual and unique fashion.

Loss is a part of everyone’s life at some point. Each person reacts to loss in a personal way. As well as the emotional response, loss also has behavioral, intellectual and physical dimensions. Response to loss is varied and influenced by beliefs and practices. What is often most needed is a place where a person can talk about their loss openly; with people who will listen; where they will not be judged or told how to feel.

  • Helps survivors feel less isolated
  • Provides reassurance that healing is possible
  • Provides an opportunity to talk openly with others who understands
  • Provides a space for survivors to learn from and support each other
  • Suicide Loss Support Group

    Jack Shaw
    412-508-5383
    Email: shaw.jack@verizon.net

    Karen Voss
    412-963-8628

    Hank Voss
    412-963-8628
    Email: hmvoss@aol.com

    Celeste Wilhelm
    412-965-4689
    Email: ironmaker@aol.com

    Phone

    (000) 000-0000 x12387

    Address

    1234 Somewhere Road #5432
    Nashville, TN 00000
    United States of America