Violent Loss Resources
A partial list of
Community Resources for San Diego County Violent Loss Community
Survivors of Violent Loss Clinical Services contact information.
Michelle Illiff, email@example.com
Violent Death Grief and Trauma Specialists
- Training and support available for various levels: peer, agency, professional . Provide information on your interests. Inquire about our scholarship-no fee training availability.
- Available for clinical services, training, support and/or consultations.
Community Advocates Contact Dayna Herroz firstname.lastname@example.org re: upcoming Events
Connie Saindon, MA, MFT, Survivor, Founder and Clinical Director of the Survivors of Violent Loss Program. Connie has conducted research in treatment interventions, provided training on the grief and Trauma after Violent Loss. She is the author of The Journey Workbook: An adult self help guide to learning to live with violent death available at Compassion Books. Her work has extended to both National and Global arenas . Connie began her specialization in violent death grief and trauma in 1995. Contact her at 619-685-0005 or email@example.com
Kerry Barth, MFT, PsyD, La Mesa. Provides clinical services, consultation and training. Served both assistant clinical director as well as program manager at the Survivors of Violent Loss Program for over four years. Has conducted research on couples resiliency after losing a child to a violent death. Contact her at 619-800-8438.
Erin Falvey, MFT, Ph.D ,Mission Valley. Provides clinical services, consultation and training. Served as clinician, training and program manager for the Survivors of Violent Loss for over four years. Contact her at (619) 261-4221 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Silvia Aguayo-Lopez, PhD, MFT Chula Vista, CA. Provides clinical services and is bilingual Spanish. contact her at Office (619) 737-9029 .
SELF-Help Workbook: The Journey
OTHER Community Resources are:
Hotline: Call: 211
VACC Victim Assistance Coordinating Council service providers who meet every other month and are vitally involved in various aspects of crime victim assistance. The website is designed to provide information, options and resources available to victims and survivors of crime. http://www.sdvacc.com/
UCSD HEAL Heal Emotions after Loss. no cost for Individual talk therapy and/or medication. Contact Ilanit Young, PhD for more information at 858-552-7598
DROP-IN Peer Support Groups and additional resources:
District Attorney’s Office: Cynthia Charlebois email@example.com
The Compassion Project: Rene Colon firstname.lastname@example.org
Crime Victims Fund: Patti Colston email@example.com
Crime Stoppers: Sally Cox firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenna Druck Foundation: Dayna Herroz email@example.com
ACE: Celeste Hunter firstname.lastname@example.org
MADD: Paula Myers email@example.com
Survivors of Suicide: Bonnie Bear firstname.lastname@example.org