Unfortunately, in 2020, an average of 132 Americans died by suicide each day. It was an extremely difficult year for everyone, and we truly feel for the victims of suicide and their families. Because of this high number, suicide was the 10th leading cause of death in the nation.
After a suicide occurs, family and friends are left stunned, saddened, and traumatized. Through all these emotions, though, there are still logistical and practical steps that need to be taken in order to move forward and preserve your loved one’s memory and the place where they tragically passed. One of the most important next steps is cleaning up the area in which they died.
This cleanup is not meant to be handled by anyone other than professionals like us at Clean Keepers. Not only is it unsafe – as the scene of a suicide is full of dangerous biohazard materials – it’s also traumatizing. The last images of your loved one should not include the aftermath of their tragic passing.
Clean Keepers is here to help you through this painful process. To follow in this article are ways in which we can support you, the necessity of professional cleanup, and the benefits of suicide scenes cleaning services like ours.