Grief sucks! Teen and child support groups starting

Do you know a teen or child experiencing grief and loss this summer due to the death of a loved one or a major life-changing loss? Grief is never fun, but it’s especially hard during the summer when teens and kids can be isolated from support systems.

Nansea Arquette and the folks at Dawn’s Light Center for Children & Adults in Grief have announced the formation of teen and children’s groups this summer to connect them with others who can relate to what they’re going through.

Click on the flyers below for details and please print out copies to post on bulletin boards in your neighborhood. If you are an grieving adult, that sucks too. Dawn’s Light has a group for you, as well.

Give them a call at 532-9001.

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