How to Manage Suicide Cleanup

The unexpected and often traumatizing loss of a loved one to suicide is difficult enough. Unfortunately, if the event occurred on private property, it’s up to the property owners, deceased’s estate, or immediate family to either bring in death cleanup professionals or prepare themselves to complete the job themselves. During extremely stressful times, it’s important to…

Fast Suicide Cleanup

When a suicide occurs, it is a difficult situation. For the family of the victims, the pain is unbearable. Some attempt to do a cleanup with the resources at hand so as to get past the experience. While fast cleanup of traumatic scenes is advised, one should be extra cautious. The best option is to leave…

Professional Suicide Cleanup

Research has found that suicide amounts to more years of life lost than any other cause of death other than cancer and heart disease. Yes, this statistic may cause you to do a double take. During 2013 there were over 40,000 suicides nationwide, which amounts to nearly a suicide every 12.8 minutes. Most frequently, suicides…