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|You are invited to join us at the New England Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp. Whether you are a few weeks, several months or many years out from your loss, our program is tailored to meet you where you are in your grief journey. Join with other military survivors as we "Remember the Love, Celebrate the Life, and Share the Journey."|
For Adults: TAPS Regional Seminars feature activities, workshops, small group discussions, memorial celebrations and special events. We provide the opportunity to exchange stories, give and receive inspiration and create lasting connections with others who understand the loss of a military loved one.
For Children: TAPS Good Grief Camp provides a safe and supportive atmosphere for children and youth as they discover new coping strategies, establish and strengthen support systems, and discover that they can have fun without forgetting their loved ones. Good Grief Camp is for children ages 4-18. For our youngest survivors, child care is provided.
For registration, schedules of events, and more information, click here: http://www.taps.org/Seminars/2016/NewEngland/
Expected Participants: Surviving Widows, Widowers, Significant Others, Parents, Siblings, Children, Adult Children, Extended Family, Caregivers, and Professionals Caregivers
Veterans Crisis Line:
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs | 810 Vermont Avenue, NW Washington DC 20420
Last updated February 15, 2018.