Stop putting killers first:  Interview given to the Sun Newspaper by Joan Deane to view the full article please CLICK HERE   Information Evening by Irish Hospice Foundation on living with loss.  For more information please click the link below: living with loss...

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Interviews & Programmes Advic Members Take Part In

RTE News at our Memorial Service on September 23rd.  To view it please click here To read the interview Sharon Mitchell gave on Dublin City FM about  the loss of someone through homicide and the aftermath please CLICK HERE To read the interview Joan Deane did on AdVIC...

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Advic Milestone

Updated Wednesday, the 22nd of February 2017 was a seminal day on the 12 year journey of AdVIC. On Wednesday 22nd February 2017, AdVIC reached a milestone. It is not many - if indeed any - charitable organisation that can boast their own Bill being presented to the...

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Some of the photos taken at one of our fundraising events "The Ceili" Thanks to all the families and friends who came along and made it such a fun night. Thanks also to all the families and businesses who donated spot prices. We will be running more fundraising events...

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The AdVIC AGM took place on the 17th September, with the launch of the updated website and a talk from Assistant Garda Commissioner Anne Marie MC Mahon on the Family Liaison Officer Service and the Garda Victim Service Offices. [gallery link="file"...

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Garda Victims Services

As of the 9 December 2015 each of the Garda divisions in Ireland will have a dedicated Victims Office. This office will work with every victim of crime; it will work with the investigating team and be the link to the victim providing information, support and referral...

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AdVIC Memorial service

AdVIC Memorial service will be held on Saturday 26th September 1015 at the Unitarian Church, 112 St Sephen’s Green West, Dublin 2 at 2 pm. The guest speaker will be Mr Fergus Finlay- CEO Bernardos. All families and friends of homicide victims are welcome and please...

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AdVIC is a charity run

AdVIC is a charity run primarily by volunteers. All our volunteers have been affected by the homicide of a loved one. AdVIC provides a free counselling service, by professional registered counsellors, so that we can refer people in distress for the essential...

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