Begin the path to hope and healing at the annual Fremont County Survivor of Suicide Loss Day event

    The Fremont County Suicide Prevention Task Force would like to invite you to its annual ‘Fremont County Survivors of Suicide Loss Day event at the Lander Library (Rooms A and B) from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. If you have lost a loved one to suicide, this event is a great way to seek out support and community.

    Following a documentary on growth, resilience, and connection, enjoy a special presentation by guest speaker, Barbara L. Rogers. Rogers is a suicide survivor and author of the book “A Borrowed Address”. She will speak to the topics of addiction, homelessness, and depression and how her deepened understanding of these words have led to healing.

    If you would like to speak to a professional at the event, Becky Parker, Clinical Director of Fremont Counseling, will be available. Ms. Parker is a strong supporter of suicide prevention and would love to support anyone who is dealing with suicide loss.

    If you have ever suffered from the loss of a loved one and yearn for healing, please consider attending ‘Survivors Day’ this Saturday, November 23, 2019 from 11:00am – 1:00pm. Food will be provided.

    To RSVP or show your interest, please follow the Facebook Event HERE. Add Event to

    For ongoing support or if you are unable to attend Survivor Day, the Fremont County Suicide Prevention Task Force is looking to form a support group. If interested, please reach out to Tauna Groomsmith, Community Prevention Specialist at 307-851-1667.

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