Homicide Survivor Support Group
For those who have suffered the loss of their loved one(s) due to a homicide. It could be the loss of a relative, a friend, or co-worker to homicide. It could be a loss due to vehicular homicide, a home invasion, or violent crime.
For those attending, that they may talk freely about their stories, grief, frustrations, and how you are coping or not coping.
While the group doesn't counsel, it does offer support and for you to know you don't have to walk alone.
When families get through the trial and the defendant is sentenced, there is a perceived sense of everything will now be okay; however, for immediate survivors, "It will never be over, it's now just different. Everyone's loss is different, but by connecting with others in the group, members share some commonalities."
The Homicide Survivor Support Group in Spokane meets the 3rd Monday of the month at
Shadle Park Library
2111 W. Wellesley Ave
5:30 pm - 7:45 pm
- Open to anyone who has lost a loved one to death by violence.