Legacy Family Retreat

Healing Together

The Legacy Family Retreat is a program designed for families who have lost a loved one to domestic violence. It offers a safe and supportive environment where families can process their grief and trauma.

Through activities such as therapy sessions, educational workshops, and group activities, the retreat aims to provide families with the tools they need to cope with their loss and move towards healing.

This program is an invaluable resource for families impacted by domestic violence and can provide them with a community of people who understand and can relate to their experience.

Who Should attend:

Because this retreat offers such a deep level of healing and connection there are a few requirements to attend the retreat:

  • Lost a loved one to domestic violence at least one year ago
  • Over the age of 18

2023 Retreat

Registration Donation

Paid in full at Registration: $375 per attendee (SAVE $25 per registration)

Payment plan with two $200 payments: $400 per attendee

Included In Your Registration

  • Lodging and accommodations for 4 days and 3 nights at the stunning 
  • Three (3) fresh, healthy home cooked meals daily
  • T-shirt and gift bags, plus discounted swag

Scheduled Activities

  • Therapeutic group sessions
  • Memorial Activities
  • Art Therapy
  • Mindfulness and meditation
  • Self-care activities

Benefits of Attending

Emotional support: The retreat offers a safe space where families can receive emotional support from other families who have gone through a similar experience.

Grief processing: The retreat provides families with tools to process their grief and trauma in healthy ways, helping them to move forward in their healing journey.

Coping strategies: Families will learn coping strategies and self-care practices that can help them manage difficult emotions and stressors.

Community building: The retreat creates a community of people who understand and can relate to each other’s experience, offering a sense of belonging and support.

Practical resources: Families will receive practical resources and information such as legal guidance, financial assistance, and referrals to community-based support services.

Education: The retreat offers educational workshops on healthy coping mechanisms, self-care practices, and strategies for dealing with trauma triggers.

Renewed sense of hope: By providing families with support, education, and practical resources, the retreat can help them feel more empowered and hopeful for their future.

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