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Causes: Crime & Law, Crime & Legal-Related

Mission: The mission of Survivors of Violent Loss is to provide a lifeline of hope and healing, while building a community of support.

Geographic areas served: San Diego County

Programs: Mission: provide a lifeline of hope and healing, while building a community of support. Svlp provides specialized counseling services needed after the violent death of a loved one to homicide, suicide, drunk driving, and other unnatural deaths. Three major services: evidence based counseling, peer support, and training. Svlp offers services to all residents of sd county suffering from traumatic loss, and will not deny clients based on the lack of ability to pay. Traditionally, such services and program have been inaccessible and scarce in all communities, and particularly in low income communities.

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Rating: 5

I lost my 16-year-old daughter, my only child and only family, and was suicidal. We had struggled through a nasty divorce, genteel poverty and other difficulties. She was a senior who had been admitted to several Ivy League colleges and we were looking forward to a brighter future. I sought help from several different resources but none really helped until I found Survivors of Violent Loss Program. It is the only group that understands there are secondary victims and how to help us.