Online SUPPORT GROUPS

Navigating Grief After Homicide:

An Online Support Group for Loved Ones of Homicide Victims

Meets on the third Tuesday of each month from 7:00-8:30 PM

 

Our online support group meetings are held using a simple, secure, and user-friendly online tool. These virtual gatherings provide an opportunity for loved ones of homicide victims to connect with other victims/survivors and to give and receive support from each other. Support from others who have had a loved one taken by violence is often crucial to surviving – and eventually experiencing some sense of healing and recovery. Facilitators aid the process of mutual support and provide information relevant to grieving after the homicide of a loved one and navigating the legal process.

 

NCVAN is committed to preserving the privacy and security of all victim/survivors. Therefore, for online meetings, we use the most secure and private, HIPAA-Compliant version of Zoom. This means that we use Zoom's version with the safeguards and privacy protections required, even of medical professionals. That’s how important it is to us to protect the privacy and security of us all.

 

These groups are open to adults 18 years of age** or older who live in North Carolina and have had a loved one taken by homicide. They are open to victim/survivors no matter how recent or how long ago the homicide occurred.

 

The meetings are facilitated by Scott Bass, Director of Homicide Support Services at NCVAN. Scott has decades of experience working with loved ones of homicide victims and others who have experienced a sudden, traumatic loss. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is an experienced facilitator of online and in-person support groups.

 

Registration is required, and space is limited to allow for adequate sharing among participants. (Click Button Below)

 

When you register, we will provide further information about these online meetings and instructions on how to join by video through a computer or smartphone.

 

If you would like additional information, contact Scott Bass, Director of Homicide Support Services, at scott@nc-van.org or 919-831-2857 ext. 101.

 

*Interested in an online workshop or support group but unable to meet on the third Tuesday evening of the month? Contact Scott Bass and let him know.

 

** Interested in services for children and teens younger than 18 years old? Please let us know.

ABOUT NCVAN

The NC Victim Assistance Network (NCVAN) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit that advocates for victims of violent crime, especially surviving for victims of violent crime, especially surviving family members of homicide victims.

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