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Find an International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

  • 23 Nov 2019
  • United States

All across the U.S. on November 23rd, in every state, and in most large cities, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is providing free events to support survivors of loss due to suicide.  These annual events are held every year on the same day - the weekend before Thanksgiving.  As we go into the holidays, which can be a difficult time for all of us, many of us can use a little extra support.  By clicking on the link, you can find an event near you and meet others walking a similar path.  Please spread the word to anyone you know who might benefit by attending.

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