Homicide Support Project

The Homicide Support Project (HSP) at Virginia Mason was created in 1998 to bring together multi-services teams in major U.S. cities who work with families and friends of homicide victims. In addition, the HSP provides these teams with training in building community networks and in facilitating focused short term individual as well as group treatment specific to the needs of people suffering traumatic grief. To date, the HSP has sites in 15 major U.S. cities.

A Brief History of the Homicide Support Project
The Need for the Homicide Support Project
Homicide Support Project Program Goals