Tri-Community Grief Support Group’s 10 week Fall session beginning soon

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Oracle – The Tri-Community Grief Support Group, will begin it’s 10 week Fall session on Wednesday, Sept. 17, which will continue until Monday, Nov. 17. Facilitator for the grief support group is Jane O’Mahen, a hospice nurse with years of experience in helping others to come to terms with death, dying and loss.

The meetings will be held at Trowbridge hall located at 705 American Avenue, next to the Oracle Union Church, in Oracle, from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. Group size is limited to no more than 12 people to facilitate confidentiality and sharing.

The text, Understanding Your Grief, and the support of others that have experienced the loss of a loved one, help each in need to move on and through our desert of grief. The group meeting is open to all individuals, no matter the length of time since the death of your loved one, that are still struggling with the pain of loss.

A donation of $15 is requested to cover the cost of the book, Understanding Your Grief, notebook, supplies and refreshments. Scholarships are available and cost will be waived for returning attendees.

For more information or to pre-register contact Jane at 520-896-2516 and leave a message.

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