Grief Group

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AAIM Grief Support Group

The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists invites anyone who has experienced loss or injury due to a drunk driver and/or distracted driver to attend our self-help grief group.

AAIM’s Grief Groups meet on the third Monday of every month from 7-8 PM on Zoom. If you’re interested in attending either our Grief Support Group (for all victims/those affected by impaired or reckless driving crashes), or our Injury Support Group (specifically for injured crash victims), please reach out to your advocate or our Director of Victim Services, Jessica Zinck at

The purpose of our meetings is to help victims of impaired driving crashes recover emotionally, spiritually, physically and mentally from their loss.

The purpose of our meetings is to help victims of impaired driving crashes recover emotionally, spiritually, physically and mentally from their loss.

We cannot change what happened, but we want to learn how to live, love, laugh and have peace in our lives again. Our primary purpose is to live a peaceful life remembering the happy times. We do not want to forget the crash, but we don’t want to dwell on the pain. We hope to bond with the other victims who understand our pain. In these meetings, we avoid cross talk, giving advice and private conversations.

We share our experiences, strengths and hope to help others and ourselves. We are not professional counselors, nor do we claim to be. We are a self-help group, and we only share our stories with one another.

Grief group topics change from month to month. Some of the topics we have covered are: surviving the holidays, how our grieving has affected our loved ones, journaling, coping skills, dealing with our anger, and how do we keep memories of our loved ones alive.

Please take our survey about our grief support groups to help us understand the best ways to serve our AAIM community.

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