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A support group for those who have lost a loved one to addiction

You are not alone.  It’s not your fault. There is hope.

Helping those who have lost a loved one to addiction

Losing a loved one to addiction brings a range of emotions from shame to regret to agonizing sorrow. Hope After Loss helps people process their emotions to move forward on the journey of healing and restoration. By walking through grief together in the light of God’s Word, we can begin to find strength, purpose, peace, and HOPE in the midst of our circumstances.

THEME VERSE: “And I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow-not even the powers of hell can separate us from God’s love.” Romans 8:38 NLT 

Hope After Loss Retreat

You are NOT alone.
It’s NOT your fault.
There is HOPE.


Mindy Fuzzell

Parent(s) of
Sarah Fuzzel, Forever 24

Hope After Loss is important to me because it is a faith-based group where I am comfortable sharing my experiences with grief. Also, I can work on healing with others who share the same pain.

Mother of Lacy

Parent(s) of
Lacy, Forever 30

Being a part of Hope After Loss is a great blessing to me. I have a support group now that I went without for years in my grief. I lost my daughter, Lacy, almost 8 years ago and the first 6 I grieved alone. Since I’ve discovered Hope After Loss, I know I am not alone in it anymore. They lift me up, cry with me, and always give me the love that I need to get through the tough days. I am so thankful for this God centered ministry.

Jeff & Rosemary Masters

Parent(s) of
Parents of Jeremy Masters, Forever 28

We both are so very grateful for Finding Hope, Hope is Alive and Hope After Loss. It is completely God-inspired and unlike any other counseling and grief support, we have done. It is my #1 recommendation for any parent that has lost a child from addiction.

Become a
Hope After Loss

Do you lose a loved one because of the impact of addiction and wish there was a Hope After Loss meeting in your community? If you have a desire to work with other loved ones who have also lost a loved one from the disease of addiction and you’re curious about starting your own grief support group, then sign up for Leader Training today.

Included in Leadership Training:

Anyone who is 18 and older that has lost a loved one due to the impact of addiction

No, Hope After Loss  is a free grief support group.

At this time, we do not offer childcare at any of our meetings.

Our meetings last 1-½ hours

Typically, most of our meetings meet twice a month.

We are continuing to expand our meetings to new locations. If you feel called to begin a meeting in your community, please fill out the Leadership Training form.

At each meeting you will have the opportunity to process your grief and emotions to move forward on the journey of healing and restoration.

At Hope After Loss we all understand how each of our loved ones are more than the disease that took their life. We are able to understand and have a common language that others do not understand when it comes to loss and addiction.

I want to be a Hope After Loss leader.