AirCraft Casualty Emotional Support Services

AirCraft Casualty Emotional Support Services

March 25, 2014 – With the reality of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 now coming into focus, families and friends of those lost on that ill-fated flight will begin the long, personal and very painful journey of grief processing.

Nothing prepares anyone for the sudden loss of a loved one.

There are no classes, no books, no training that can easily help anyone come to terms with such a shocking change.

But thanks to AirCraft Casualty Emotional Support Services (ACCESS), survivors have a resource committed to helping them cope.

Heidi Snow, whose own fiance died when TWA Flight 800 crashed in 1996, founded ACCESS as a non-political non-profit organization which coordinates peer-to-peer grief mentoring services to those who struggle with the emotional aftermath of air disasters.

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Click [HERE] to see Heidi’s recent interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo

The Finn Financial Group has been a proud supporter of ACCESS over the years and I am personally very honored to consider this amazing woman a friend.

Our hearts go out to those who lost their lives on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and their families.

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