The umbrella organization, the BC Bereavement Helpline, has provided support, education, resources, and advocacy for the bereaved, their caregivers, and professionals since its inception in 1986. Read more.

Welcome!

BC Victims of Homicide (BCVOH) is an initiative of the BC Bereavement Helpline (BCBH) and is dedicated to supporting individuals who are living with the loss of a loved one to homicide. Losing a loved one to homicide, whether it is a child, a spouse, a parent, a sibling, a close friend, a co-worker, or an acquaintance is an extremely difficult experience for anyone to endure. This program carefully considers these sensitivities and continues to fulfill existing gaps in services.

News


February 4th, 2016 | Support Group Information Meeting

Valley View Funeral Home will be hosting an information meeting on the benefits of attending homicide or suicide support groups. The meeting will take place Saturday, February 27, at Clearbrook Library in Abbotsford.

For more information, see the poster or contact Marlyn Ferguson at 604-596-8866.


February 4th, 2016 | Upcoming Homicide Support Groups

This spring, 8-week homicide support groups will be hosted by Valley View Funeral Home in Abbotsford and the BC Victims of Homicide in Vancouver. For more information on both of these groups, please visit our support groups page.


October 7th, 2015 | We’ve moved!

Our contact information has changed. Our new mailing address is:

PO Box 20095
RPO Fairview
Vancouver, BC
V5Z 0C1


July 21st, 2015 | What Happens When a Homicide Occurs? A Dialogue

On April 25th, BC Victims of Homicide, in partnership with Valley View Funeral Home, Police Victim Services, and the Ministry of Justice, held a forum during National Victims of Crime Awareness Week. The goal was to promote a dialogue between those who have lost a loved one to homicide and the professionals and service providers who are involved when a homicide occurs. Videos from this event are now available on our media page.


For emotional support or referrals, call us. For more information on our homicide loss support groups, click here.