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We would like to tell you about a resource for Harvard College students who are grieving the illness or loss of a loved one. I hope that as a member of the Harvard community, you can pass this information on to any student who might benefit from peer support.
Students of AMF at Harvard College is the College’s only peer grief support group. Although Mental Health Services, the Bureau of Study Counsel, and an array of other resources are available, sometimes students want to talk to someone their own age who can empathize with what they are going through. AMF provides a context where this is possible by holding support groups every week. Our name comes from the initials of the national organization’s founder’s mother, who died from brain cancer and whose name was Anne Marie Fajgenbaum. We also use AMF to stand for “Actively Moving Forward” to express that we are helping each other through a hard time.
Thank you for your time. If you have questions, you can contact Miranda Morrison at email@example.com. Finally, please tell a student about this resource if you think he or she could benefit.
Students of AMF at Harvard College