Grief Recovery Method®

In March, Overdose Lifeline Founder and Executive Director, Justin Phillips, became certified as a Grief Recovery Method® Specialist through the Grief Recovery Institute.

The Grief Recovery Method® was developed by a grieving dad over 20 years ago. It is now the only evidence-based grief recovery program. The goal of the Grief Recovery Method® is to help someone experiencing loss and grief complete their relationship to the pain, isolation, and loneliness caused by significant emotional loss.

Justin can personally attest to the benefits she received from the Method®:
‘’Despite the fact that I thought I had done a significant amount of work on my grief, after doing the Grief Recovery Method® I found a new level of peace”.

In addition to our regular Lifeline for Loss Meetings monthly, Overdose Lifeline will now offer the Grief Recovery Method 8-week class. If you are experiencing loss and grief, we invite you to join this 8-week class starting in May.

Class Times & Dates:
The class takes place in-person from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. May 17th, 24th, 31st, June 7th, and June 9th. There will be a break and class will resume June 23rd, and concludes June 30th. The class will utilize a set of comprehensive curriculum so attendance at each session is critical to receive the full benefit of the process.

Donation of $30 requested to cover book and materials. In addition, Financial assistance is available upon request.

Overdose Lifeline Inc.
1100 W 42nd Street

To join, contact Justin by May 11th to reserve your spot. Feel free to call 317-828-6883 with questions

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