Illinois Connections for Families of the Fallen Connections at the Museum: Bringing Families of the Fallen together for a day of fun and informational sessions.

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Local, state, and national agencies collaborate to host event for families and friends who lost Service Members to connect to resources, and peers in an effort to find their new normal

Illinois Connections for Families of the Fallen in partnership with Army Survivor Outreach Services

Illinois Connections for Families of the Fallen (ICFF), will host a free event in Normal, IL., Connections at the Museum, on April 19th, 2015. This event is designed for all ages and relationships to Fallen Service Members including: children, teens, siblings, spouses, parents and others. Anyone is welcome regardless of their relationship to the Fallen, the circumstances in which the Service Member died, or the duty status of the Service Member.

Please join us for an uplifting day full of opportunities to share memories, make new friends, and connect with resources. Counselors and child care will be available. The event will include workshops on changing roles within the family, reaching out to other families dealing with loss, coping with grief, cooperative games for teens and older children, and more. Register now at

ICFF is a non-profit, collaborative effort of representatives from over 25 local, state, and national agencies dedicated to helping Illinois Families of Fallen Service Members. The mission of ICFF is to connect Families of Fallen Service Members to services, resources, and peers to help families find their new normal.

DATE: Sun, April 19th, 2015    
TIME: 9:30 am to 2:30 pm
PLACE: Children’s Discovery Museum, 101 E Beaufort St., Normal, IL. 61761
COST: Free
SIGN UP: Online registration is available now at

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