Hospice Savannah officials and community partners announced a two-year initiative to provide bereavement services for local children and youth who have experienced the death... Hospice, partners team up to help kids affected by violence, grief

Hospice Savannah officials and community partners announced a two-year initiative to provide bereavement services for local children and youth who have experienced the death of a loved one from homicides and gun violence.

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