Thursday, November 19, 2015

Suicide Cleanup and the Holidays

Holidays are supposed to be a time of great joy and celebration. For many of us they are, but for many people they are anything but joyous. Persons who suffer from depression and mental illness have extreme highs and lows around the holidays. Suicide because of stress and anxiety is something that we don’t want to think of during this time, but we need to learn what to look for and how to help these patients cope.

Bio Scene Clean Up provides Suicide and Death Clean Up services to victims of crime, trauma and tragedy.  We understand the stress and bombardments that media places on people during this time of the year. Seeing families and friends gather with smiling faces can be detrimental to someone suffering from severe depression.  We work directly with family members and property owners who are faced with the responsibility of these types of traumatic events that require biohazard clean up. We maintain  decades of experience in compassionate, discreet and professional services for these situations.

While it’s true suicides tend to drop off right before and during the holidays, there is a 40 percent increase immediately following the holidays. Every year at this time we try to remind our readers about suicide and the devastating effects it can have on those left behind. Sadly, we still receive calls for emergency response suicide and death cleanup.

If you or someone you know is faced with the aftermath of a suicide or death contact us for assistance. We offer emergency response and are available to help if needed. For more information regarding suicide and what you can do to help, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit them online at

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