In crisis? There is help available, 24/7.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) OR  Click here to chat online
Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741-741

In crisis? There is help available, 24/7.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) OR  Click here to chat online
Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741-741

2022 Cape & Islands Suicide Awareness Walk

We thank all of our supporters — volunteers, donors, sponsors, speakers, family and friends — for joining us on Saturday, May 21 in Hyannis, and making this year’s walk so special and memorable. With your help, we have raised nearly $62,000 for this cause. 

We will be keeping the event website live for post-walk contributions. Please feel free to make a donation if you wish!

Who did you walk for at this year’s Cape & Islands Suicide Awareness Walk?

We want to recognize all those who gathered with us at this year’s walk to remember those we have lost to suicide. You came with your pain, your grief, your love, your stories, and courageously joined us in the fight to end the silence around suicide. We welcome you to continue sharing memories and stories of your loved ones, and if you feel comfortable, post a memory or two on our virtual Memory Wall (details below).

Share your person’s story.

Each person who dies by suicide leaves behind an estimated six or more suicide loss survivors — people who’ve lost someone they care about deeply and are left grieving and struggling to understand. We invite you to share the story of your loved one on our virtual Memory Wall, and learn a little about the stories of others. Visit the Memory Wall >>

SK News & Upcoming Events

Registration is open for Good Mourning

A new peer grief support group (over brunch!) for 21-35-year-olds on the Cape & Islands, facilitated by Sharing Kindness

Where: CapeSpace, 100 Independence Drive, Hyannis
When: Our next meetup will be Sunday, June 5 at 10:30 AM

Info & registration 

Help us open The Healing House

We’re looking for a home for The Healing House, the first grief and healing center on Cape Cod.

Our goal is to open a grief center where we will offer support programs based on the Dougy Center model — but we need your help! Learn more about our plans and what you can do to help.