SURVIVING FAMILY MEMBERS OF VICTIMS OF HOMICIDE AND PERSONS WHO COMMIT SUICIDE
As the surviving family members of victims of homicide and persons who have committed suicide, it is difficult to cope with the death of your loved one. Below are resources to help aid in the processing of losing a loved one.
The Crime Victims’ Advocacy Council provides support groups and resources to surviving family members of homicide victims by calling (770) 333-9254
MADD – Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Provides resources and support to victims and survivors of drunk / drugged driving.
1.877.MADD-HELP or 1-877-623-3435
The Link’s National Resource Center for Suicide Prevention and Aftercare hosts Survivors of Suicide Support Group Meetings across the state: www.thelink.org/nrc.htm
Compassionate Friends has chapters across the state and hosts meeting for parents, grandparents, and siblings who have lost a loved one at any age, from any cause: www.compassionatefriends.org
Kate’s Club provides supportive services for young children and teens who have lost a parent in Georgia: www.katesclub.org