Nobody deserves to endure the murder of a loved one alone

Together we can ease the pain and prevent further victimization.

Homicide Survivors, Inc. is on a mission to help meet the crisis and long term needs of families of murder victims through support, advocacy, and assistance.

Services

Advocacy

Navigating legal issues after the death of a loved one can be daunting and complex. We have Crime Victim Advocates ready to assist survivors throughout the process and provide you with resources.

Support

Attending your first support group takes courage. In our meetings, we provide a supportive network of friendship and understanding where you can share stories, experiences, and emotions.

Assistance

When a homicide occurs, the last thing a survivor wants to think about is dealing with all of the logistical and financial burdens that this crime can bring.  Homicide Survivors may be able to help.

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Advocacy

Navigating legal issues after the death of a loved one can be daunting and complex. We have Crime Victim Advocates ready to assist survivors throughout the process and provide you with resources.

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Support

Attending your first support group takes courage. In our meetings, we provide a supportive network of friendship and understanding where you can share stories, experiences, and emotions.

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Assistance

When a homicide occurs, the last thing a survivor wants to think about is dealing with all of the logistical and financial burdens that this crime can bring.  Homicide Survivors may be able to help.

upcoming events

Thanksgiving Potluck

Please join us on Thursday, November 21st, for our annual Thanksgiving Potluck at Most Holy Trinity Church from 6:00-8:00 PM.
 
If you would like to have your loved one’s photo added to our memory board display, please submit a high quality image and a 50 word message to be printed by November 14th.

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Arbitrary Death is for anyone who wonders why and when its government seeks to legally take the life of one of its citizens. It will have you questioning whether you can support a system that applies death as an arbitrary punishment — and often decades after.

All author proceeds benefit Homicide Survivors, Inc.

The views and opinions expressed in this book are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Homicide Survivors, Inc.

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