Nov. 12, 2012
-- This support group is open to ALL DUI victims and offenders who have suffered the loss of a loved one at the decision of another. This group is unlike your typical victims support group. Our facilitator has worked with victims, offenders and family members with shared collective experiences. The facilitator has first- hand experience of how these consequences can affect the lives of everyone involved. We believe emotional conflict will serve as valuable insight from offenders themselves, making this a very controversial experience for both sides. When offenders can reenact the thought process that led to that fateful decision, it allows reflection through growth and learning. From these real life learning essentials we will produce DUI awareness workshops in middle and high schools throughout our communities.
Our goal is to recreate the pre-decision process of the offenders through an open dialog support group. With this vital information and data, we then teach our preteens, the serious impact of drinking and driving, along with the destruction and trauma it causes for everyone involved. With the proper awareness our goal is to prevent the individual’s wrong thought process and help them make their driving choice as safe as possible. In all reality, every inconceivable choice that the driver makes can rest on the fate of a potential victim, themselves and both families. With the help of this support group you will never have to change the fate of your own or others, because everybody’s life matters.
These meetings are held during the week from 6pm to 8pm in Ahwatukee, cross streets are 46th St. and Chandler Blvd. Email Bill at (Group4Support111@
aol.com) or call (480)-237-9353 to get dates, directions and reserve your seat. There is a $10.00 cash fee for each time you attend; there will also be some beverages, snacks and supplies. Love donations are welcome to cover the cost for these supplies. This is a not-for-profit group.