OneFamily offers periodic healing retreats to provide terror victims with the the tools necessary to deal with the day-to-day management of their psychological and physical injuries, through intensive therapy over a short period of time.
Specific retreats are held for widows and widowers, bereaved parents, wounded victims, and teens who've lost siblings to terrorism.
OneFamily invites those victims who are having the most difficulty dealing with their physical and/or psychological circumstances to take part in intensive therapy workshops. These workshops last three days and employ professionals in various types of therapy in order to help victims on the path to recovery.
OneFamily runs regional support groups of 15-20 victims, each of which is comprised of only one type of victim (most often widows, bereaved parents, and children who've lost siblings). At the beginning of the program, meetings are conducted by a therapist, but as the groups progress they continue on their own, with the therapist available in cases of emergency needs.