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Support group for siblings who have lost a sibling to addiction or overdose

Our sibling grief support group is for siblings who have lost a brother or sister to an overdose or addiction. We meet once per month by Zoom to discuss our loss, the way it has changed our family, and how we move forward in our own lives. 

As a sibling, we shared a bond forged by our childhoods as well as the ramifications of addiction. The loss of a sibling who suffered from the disease of addiction forever alters our place in our families and the world at large. LITT is a place to reconcile the anguish, confusion, and pain of our new normal.

 LITT is here for you. 

What to expect from a LITT support group 

There is no fee to join any of our groups and no obligation to attend regularly.

All groups currently meet by Zoom and once you have been placed in a group you will receive a Zoom link to attend meetings.

Group leaders are also available for one-on-one confidential conversations and support.

Your privacy is important to us and your information will not be shared.

Meet our support group leader

SJ is our Sibling Grief Group Leader.

SJ lost her older brother Scott in September of 2022 to fentanyl poisoning; he was 41 years old. Scott had struggled with substances for almost three decades before his passing. After losing Scott, she and her family waited three months to learn that indeed drugs laced with fentanyl had caused his death. SJ immediately understood she needed support outside of her grieving family. LITT was a place where she could talk with others who had experienced a similar loss, where she could share without worrying about triggering her family, and where the group members all understood her pain.


Through the sibling grief support group SJ found purpose in connecting with others and supporting the weight of grief for her fellow members. SJ believes that the goal is not to move on from your grief but to move forward with it.

Sibling Supprt Groups Inquiry form
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