Northwest Indian Sunmask, represents warmth and light to counterbalance the chill and darkness of violent death
The Violent Death Bereavement Society (VDBS) serves as a centralized forum of information and training for service providers of loved ones and family members after violent death with the following objectives:
Northwest Indian Sunmask, represents warmth and light to counterbalance the chill and darkness of violent death.
- To sponsor training lectures and workshops for service providers caring for loved ones and family members after violent death, and to plan and initiate community-based support services, including clinical guidelines for support and focused interventions.
Director Biographical Sketch
Contact Information
Trainings, Training Sites, Archives
- to maintain a national registry of experienced clinicians, service providers and regional experts for consultation.
Study & Research
Grief & Bereavement Resources
Grief & Bereavement Resources
- to maintain an updated resource of research reports and literature on the occurrence, recognition and support of bereavement after violent death.
Site Map
search engine by freefind advanced




Home | Director | Contact | Trainings | Study & Research | Grief & Bereavement Resources | Site Map
Please ask permission before linking and/or copying materials from this website.
Send inquires to: vdbs2012@gmail.com


Copyright 2003-2019, Violent Death Bereavement Society


Laura Jeffs, Program Coordinator

Email contact: vdbs2012@gmail.com
Web Design: David Clarke - Sourcemaine
Website Coordinator: Joyce Boaz
Page created 2/27/03 - Last updated 08/29/19
free hit counter account login
Free hit counters!