The Chilliwack Hospice Society is holding an eight-week support group for those who have suffered a traumatic loss. (Photo submitted)

Chilliwack Hospice offers up traumatic loss workshop

Group open to those who have lost loved ones to suicide, homicide, overdose

Losing a loved one is never easy.

When that loss is surrounded in trauma, moving forward can be especially difficult. To help with the process, Chilliwack Hospice Society is beginning an eight-week Traumatic Loss Group. This group is suitable for anyone who has lost a friend or family member die by suicide, homicide, accident, drug use, or other trauma.

The group will begin Thursday, Nov. 30 and run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

To get involved in the group, contact Lucy Fraser at 604-795-4660 ext. 105, or by email at lucy@chilliwackhospice.org.

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