If you mean do they survive this phenenon we know as 'living on earth' the answer has to be yes. But this does not mean that they necessarily go to a really nice place. Neither does it mean that they experience a terrible place either. As the Laws of Nature -which could also be called the Laws of God - apply to everyone, everyone would either survive or not. So forget about some 'going to heaven' and others 'going to hell' or 'nowhere at all.'
I'm inclined to go along with the concept that, as Jesus is reportedly to have said, "In my Father's House are many Mansions," meaning, many different dimensions or spirit worlds, and that we go to that world we are ready for or have earned by dint of hard application to go to.
I had a brother who committed suicide way back in 1950 at age seventeen. Although I'd been able to take down automatic writing from so-called departed entities since 1968, and had lost another brother who died in a motoring accident in 1961 and who contacted me almost as soon as I started into automatic writing, the brother who committed suicide did not contact me until about fifty years after his death. He was purportedly ashamed of what he had done. Was he temporarily in that place of "wailing and gnashing of teeth" - maybe.
So it seems that a person does not necessaril enjoy his or her heaven - at least, in the short term. But, after residing in their own mind-created hell for some time, they get over it and move up to a better place.
This is what I believe. It does not necessarily make it so.
I hope this has helped you in some way.