Victim Support Groups
The road you’re walking down is a road we’re familiar with. The KVCV family is here to help you through the hardest moments of your grief by connecting you with other people who know what it’s like to lose a loved one to violent crime. Victim support groups are available for you to interact with others like you, day or night, so that you can get the support you need to process, grieve, and heal.
KVCV Support Group
At Kentuckians’ Voice for Crime Victims, we are all about community. We host an online support group, which interacts in a private Facebook group, so you can be constantly connected to a community who understands what you’re going through. These groups are private and are moderated by one of our caring volunteers. If you have questions and would like to contact us directly, please email email@example.com, providing your phone number and/or email address, and a Victim Advocate will contact you immediately.
If you would like to participate in a KVCV Peer Support Group, please submit your information below and a Victim Advocate will contact you to get you started.
Other Great Online Support Groups
Grieving.com is one of the oldest support communities on the Internet, and they support over a quarter of a million people. They offer forums for Loss of a Parent, Loss of a Child, Loss of a Partner, Loss of Family and Friends, Loss of a Sibling, Grieving Teens, Grief and the Legal System, and more!
Grief in Common
Grief in Common offers a great live chat feature, so you can talk to someone when you’re ready to talk. Whatever your loss, whatever your experience, wherever you live – there is someone here who understands. So log in, create a profile, and search for those with whom you will find you have much more than just your grief in common.
Online Grief Support
Online Grief Support offers a variety of support topics, so you can receive support from others who have experienced the same kind of loss that you have experienced. They offer a variety of forums, including “Surviving Family Members’ Murders”, “Homicide Survivors Group”, and more.
Grief Healing Discussion Groups
Grief Healing Discussion Groups is very well monitored and kept current, so your support needs are met when you have them. They offer a variety of discussions and resources to help you through the grief and healing process.