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2010 Fort Benning Seminar Remember the Love, Celebrate the Life, Share the Journey
Fort Benning
Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp
March 22 nd - March 24 th , 2013
Fort Benning, Georgia
You are warmly invited to join TAPS for a special program of comfort and support for all those grieving the loss of a service member.
For Adults
2009 Fort Benning Adults
TAPS Survivor Seminars provide an opportunity to join together with survivors for a powerful time of support, care and hope. These events provide you with a wealth of information, resources and personal contact with fellow survivors in a spirit of friendship and understanding. You can attend workshops designed to help you heal and cope with life after loss. We have gentle, supportive discussions allowing you to share and discover that you are not alone. We conduct memorial tributes, allowing us to honor our loved ones as we connect with others to find hope and healing. Join us as we ‘Remember the Love, Celebrate the Life and Share the Journey!’
For Children
2009 Fort Benning Kids
TAPS Good Grief Camp for children and teens provides a safe and supportive atmosphere to conduct activities and opportunities to learn coping skills, establish and identify support systems and create awareness that they are not alone in the grief of their loved one.   Children and teens meet others of their own age group to share and learn, together.
Peer Mentor Training
2009 Fort Benning Peer Mentors
TAPS will also be conducting a day of Peer Mentor Training for those who are at least eighteen months beyond their own loss and are ready to be there for others and offer support. We have a day of training on Sunday after the Seminar. You will learn more about grief and trauma, gain basic helping skills and become part of our TAPS Peer Mentor Team! All those attending the training must take an online training course prior to attending classroom training. You can register for the Peer Mentor training as part of the general registration. After you have registered, you will receive a call from a TAPS staff member. This is a required phone call so that TAPS can get to know more about you and your interest in the TAPS Peer Mentor Program. For more information concerning Peer Mentor training, contact Kellie@taps.org.

This event is sponsored in part by generous grants from The Hartwell Foundation and the USO.

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