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30 September

Yes, I’m Still Grieving: VOICES Bereavement Workshop Series

7:00pm EST   -   Online Support Group
VOICES is launching a series of bereavement workshops for grieving individuals whose loved one died as a result of an attack of terrorism or mass violence, including those who have died due to 9/11-related illnesses.
16 September

Supporting Ourselves; Supporting Each Other: Peer-to-Peer Support Groups

7:30pm – 9:00pm EST   -   Online Event
Day three of VOICES symposium features 9/11 community virtual peer-to-peer support groups facilitated by clinicians from the AGPA.
10 September

VOICES Annual Remembrance Symposium

9:00am - 4:30pm EST   -   Online Event
Day two of VOICES symposium features presentations by experts in the fields of mental health, trauma, bereavement and resiliency, including issues important for the 9/11 community, as well as those working with communities impacted by other traumatic events.
09 September

VOICES Annual Remembrance Symposium

9:00am - 4:30pm EST   -   Online Event
Day one of VOICES symposium features presentations by experts in the fields of mental health, trauma, bereavement and resiliency, including issues important for the 9/11 community, as well as those working with communities impacted by other traumatic events.
31 August

VOICES 6th Annual Golf Outing | 2020

7:00am - 5:00pm   -   Quaker Ridge Golf Club | 146 Griffen Ave | Scarsdale, NY
We had a fantastic day at the historic Quaker Ridge Golf Club, including remarks from world famous golf architect Gil Hanse
11 August

A Holistic Approach to Incorporating Mind-Body Practices During Stressful Times

7:30pm   -   Webinar Available to View Online
Understanding the physiology of stress and scientifically proven coping practices can be the key to enhancing resilience.
27 July

Loss, Grief and Coronavirus: Supporting Adults, Teens and Children Coping with Loss

7:30pm   -   Webinar Available to View Online
This webinar explores and normalizes the grief resulting from the many types of loss due to the coronavirus, discern grief beliefs, teach you what to say and not to say and develop skills to support others.