Survivor Support means bringing people together in order to help one another heal.
There are many different ways to heal and we hope to encourage further discussion by learning from one another, as well as learning from guest speakers and professionals.
Our Virtual Survivor Support sessions are open to adult burn survivors, care givers, first responders, and medical professionals so that we can all learn and help one another. Though each person’s healing journey may differ, we can encourage and root for one another and be present for and listen to one another.
We’ll cover topics such as our mental health and what it means, trauma and how it prevents healing, lovingkindness, mindful breathing, what we can do about depression and anxiety, moving through grief and many more.
Specific topics and speakers will be added as they become available. Zoom links will be sent out no less than 24 hours prior to each session. Registration is required (below).
Our In-Person Survivor Support Meet-ups have been created in order to allow for conversation and connection to occur. The sharing of stories is a powerful step toward healing and by being in a group setting with others with a shared experience, allowing the dialogue to flow, survivors can learn from each other and themselves.
Exact meet-up location details will be emailed to registrants in advance of the event. Registration is required (below).