The Fayetteville Area Chapter of The Compassionate

Friends meetsin Room 224 of the General Classroom

Building at Fayetteville Technical CC. See Below:


The death of a child of any age, from any cause is a
shattering experience for a family. Family members
experience many intense feelings.  Grief with its ups
and downs lasts far longer than society in general
recognizes. Friends and relatives may be uncomfortable around the bereaved.  They want to ease the pain but do not know how.
Where does a family turn for the emotional support they will need during the grief journey that lies ahead of them? While there is no "right way" to grieve, many parents and siblings benefit from the understanding and support of other bereaved families.  It helps to share with those who have had similar experiences.  Expressing grief is easier done in an atmosphere of acceptance and understanding.

Meeting Information

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The Fayetteville, North Carolina Area Chapter of The Compassionate Friends is resuming normal meetings. Beginning with the May 2021 meeting, meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM. Meetings are in the General Classroom Building (GCB) of Fayetteville Technical CC on Fort Bragg Road in Fayetteville, NC. Meetings are in Room 224.

For each meeting, attendees should go to the Public Safety Office on the First Floor to have temperatures checked.

Information Sheet for Newcomers

Please complete and email this form to Jennifer German at:

jojegerman@outlook.com