When someone dies by suicide or a significant suicide attempt occurs, the people exposed to the loss can feel overwhelmed by the grief reaction that follows. The impact of a suicide is felt in schools, colleges, healthcare practices and community organizations, as well as in families. Thoughtful and immediate response can assist in addressing grief needs and lower the risk for contagion or staff burnout. The immediate needs include providing clear information about what happened and rolling out support for those people most affected to help prevent the very real risk of contagion, or copycat suicide among the most vulnerable. It has long been recognized that good postvention support in the aftermath of a loss is also good suicide prevention. Join a group of suicide prevention experts, school and healthcare professionals for a session about suicide postvention needs, supports, and resources to help a community after a suicide crisis.