National Day of Remembrance
In 2007, Congress designated September 25th as the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims. Since then, Homicide Survivors, Inc. has participated in hosting meaningful local events in observance of this day. Click the button below to watch the replay.
Luz De Vida Project
Luz de Vida – Spanish for Light of Life – is an expression of community, love, healing, grace, and hope, a positive response from Tucson musicians and national artists. Click the button below to learn more about the project or take a look at our auction and raffle featuring handmade turntables with sound systems, each designed by a local artist, including fine art donated from DeGrazia Gallery and Daniel Martin Diaz.
Together we can ease the pain and prevent further victimization.
Navigating legal issues after the death of a loved one can be daunting and complex. We have Crime Victim Advocates ready to assist survivors throughout the process and provide you with resources.
Attending your first support group takes courage. In our meetings, we provide a supportive network of friendship and understanding where you can share stories, experiences, and emotions.
When a homicide occurs, the last thing a survivor wants to think about is dealing with all of the logistical and financial burdens that this crime can bring. Homicide Survivors may be able to help.