Survivors of Suicide

Saturday, November 22, 2014 is International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day.
On the morning of November 22nd, Saddleback Church and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) are partnering together for International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. This event is for all who have lost someone to suicide to find comfort, hope, and healing in remembering the loved ones who have died.

In the afternoon, Saddleback Church is hosting an event focused on the prevention of suicide. All are invited to come learn, receive tools, and increase compassion for people struggling with suicidal thoughts. Together we can work to prevent the loss of 40,000 Americans who die by suicide every year.

For questions, please contact Mental Health at 949-609-8278.

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