suicide and deaths related to S.A.D. Bio Scene Clean Up provides cleanup and restoration for suicide, death, trauma, crime and other biohazard scenes throughout the Northeastern United States.
Because S.A.D. is very common and has a direct relation to depression, researchers at the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) have linked the increase of cases in the winter season to be that of decreased light, temperatures and other weather related elements that cause S.A.D. patients to become confined to indoor spaces during this season. Suicide cleanup is the most frequent calls we receive during these times. Although depression worsens during the holiday seasons the death and suicides are most often related to reclusive tendencies caused by weather.
During this season, in particular, it’s important that we realize the complications that these patients and our elderly populations face and do what we can to make sure that they receive human interaction, frequent visits and participate in activities that keep their minds active. In the majority of jobs that we perform, we learn that the victims are often alone and receive no visitors or have no human interaction for weeks at a time. This is also difficult for biohazard cleaning companies like Bio Scene Clean Up because we frequently cleanup unattended death scenes where the deceased isn’t discovered for days or weeks at a time.
Unattended death scenes are not only emotionally difficult for the family and friends, but poses a huge risk for biohazard contamination and requires additional cleaning and restoration of the scenes in order to completely return the property to a safe, inhabitable state. Depending on the amount of time between the death and discovery, it is often necessary to remove major structural elements from the property in order to assure that all biohazards are completely removed. This is a costly process that can cause even additional emotional distress on the victims families and friends that are responsible for the cleanup and restoration.
If you, or someone you know, has friends of relatives that you believe suffer from S.A.D, please do your best to ensure they have the care that is needed. If you experience a loss and need biohazard cleanup services, please contact our office immediately for assistance in cleaning up and maintaining the safety of all involved.