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Primer on Grief After a Substance-Use Death

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This two-page handout lists a number of resources related to grief after a death caused by substance use -- and outlines basic information about the experience of bereavement for people who survivor a substance-use death.

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Primer on Grief After a Substance-Use Death

  1. 1. © 2018 Unified Community Solutions. All Rights Reserved. Updated 06/15/2018. Permission granted for non-commercial use: UCS logo and copyright must be included. Download free at bit.ly/sudgriefprimer. Contact UCS at bit.ly/homeucs. 1 This handout covers basic information to help people who are grieving the loss of someone who died from substance use. Below is a list of resources, and on the next page are some facts and ideas about this kind of grief. SUPPORT GROUP DIRECTORIES • Massachusetts groups: www.learn2cope.org/grief-resources • GRASP (Grief Recovery After Substance Passing) (national): bit.ly/usgrasp ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS • “Team Sharing” closed Facebook groups (Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Connecticut): bit.ly/teamsharingfb • “Broken No More” closed Facebook group (national): www.facebook.com/groups/BrokenNoMore • The Compassionate Friends (www.compassionatefriends.org) closed Facebook groups: • For bereaved parents and grandparents: bit.ly/tcfsubstanceloss • For bereaved siblings: bit.ly/siblingsud INFORMATION ON GRIEF AFTER SUD • Bereaved by Addiction: A Booklet for Anyone Bereaved Through Drug or Alcohol Use: bit.ly/drugfamgrief.* • From What’s Your Grief: • “Grief After an Overdose Death” (article & podcast): • Part 1: bit.ly/griefsud01 • Part 2: bit.ly/griefsud02 • “Surviving the Grief of an Overdose Death” (booklet, $2): bit.ly/sudbooklet INFORMATION ON PROVIDING SUPPORT TO BEREAVED PEOPLE • Bereaved Through Substance Use: Guidelines for Those Whose Work Brings Them into Contact with Adults Bereaved After a Drug or Alcohol-Related Death: bit.ly/drugusegrief.* * These booklets, available free as downloads, are excellent sources of general information (even though the resources they list are in the U.K.). COPING WITH GRIEF FROM A SUBSTANCE-USE DEATH
  2. 2. © 2018 Unified Community Solutions. All Rights Reserved. Updated 06/15/2018. Permission granted for non-commercial use: UCS logo and copyright must be included. Download free at bit.ly/sudgriefprimer. Contact UCS at bit.ly/homeucs. 2 • Shock • Disbelief • Confusion • Anger • Blame • Guilt • Shame • Abandonment • Rejection • Failure • Helplessness • Hopelessness • Unfairness • Fear • Relief A PRIMER ON GRIEF GRIEF IN GENERAL Grief involves several tasks, but they do not unfold in a particular order, and each individual experiences grief in their own way over their lifetime. The tasks of grief: • Facing the reality of the loss • Coping with the pain of grief • Living in a world without the deceased • Exploring enduring connections with the deceased • Engaging in the next phase of life GRIEF AFTER A SUBSTANCE-USE DEATH After someone dies from substance use, the answers to three commonly asked questions may contribute to survivors’ experiences of grief: • “Why did this person die from substance use?” • “Did the person intend to die?” • “Was the death preventable?” A death from substance use can cause survivors to experience troublesome thoughts and strong feelings such as: Even before the death, coping with substance use may begin to influence what happens to the bereaved after the death occurs: • Dynamics of addiction: Relationships can be affected by shifting roles, crises, intense emotions, negative world view, unmanageability, etc. • Chronic illness: Caring for a person at risk of an overdose can affect caregivers similarly to how caring for the terminally ill affects them. • Ambiguous loss: Sometimes, a person using substances is utterly absent psychologically in a way that resembles an actual death. Other factors that come into play when someone dies from substance use may have profound effects on the bereaved: • Stigma: Society negatively judges people who are affected by sub- stance use, which can cause survivors to be mistreated or isolated. • Disenfranchised grief: Survivors’ grief can be treated as insignificant because the deceased’s behavior is seen as contributing to their death. • Trauma: Survivors may experience trauma from being involved in situations ranging from taking part in a resuscitation attempt to being exposed to media coverage of the death.

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