A Grief Resource and Advocate

Survivor Resources is a non-profit organization that offers victim advocacy, education, and grief support for families and friends dealing with the death of a loved one due to homicide, suicide, accidental death, or overdose. Serving the Greater Metropolitan area of the Twin Cities since 1995, Survivor Resources’ volunteers, employees and board members have been compassionately providing individuals with crisis response and follow-up care after unexpectedly losing a loved one.

About Survivor Resources, grief supportServices:

  • Liaison between police, county attorney’s office and grieving families
  • Help maneuvering through logistics post-death
  • As-needed crisis support from those that have also grieved the traumatic death of a loved one
  • Emotional support during the viewing of the body
  • Education, training, and consultation
  • Explanations of autopsy procedures and results
  • Assistance notifying friends, family and children of the death
  • Locating resources for cleaning the crime scene
  • Listening or help processing the events surrounding the death
  • Media interaction assistance
  • Arranging meetings for families with police investigators
  • Hosting peer-led grief support groups