Harmon named Survival volunteer for July
HOUSTON – John Harmon has been named Survival Volunteer for July by Survival, a victim of violent crime advocacy group serving North Mississippi since 1987.
Harmon has been a Survival volunteer since August 2008. He is a Court Advocate Volunteer, a Survival Law Enforcement Liaison Volunteer, and plans and facilitates the annual Memorial Service for Fallen Officers. He is also a volunteers as Impact Panel Member for M.A.D.D. and Department of Corrections Impact Panel.
“He is a faithful attendee of the monthly support group and he always reaches out to others, especially fathers of violent crime victims,” said a statement released by Survival. “He gives his personal cellphone number to every Survival member and family he meets.”
Harmon and his wife, Janice, are monthly crisis line volunteers and they share the bounty of their garden with Survival victims, families and community members each summer.
Survival, Inc. is dedicated to providing confidential peer support, help, love and understanding through the crisis and long term needs of families of murder victims. They advocate for the fundamental rights of survivors with compassion, dignity and respect.
Survival provides comprehensive services which remove barriers, strengthen survivors and their families and foster a healthy transition from victim to survivor.
Survival Inc., is committed to ensuring that no one has to endure the murder of a loved one alone. We can’t change the tragic loss, but together, we can ease the pain and prevent further victimization.
Survival Inc., is chaired by Paul Gault and the offices at Survival, Inc., P.O. Box 171, Saltillo, MS 38866 or on the web at www.wearesurvival.org
The toll-free 24-hour crisis line is 1-888-915-7788
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