Tamara Hardesty describes Survivors of Suicide as an informal gathering for people who have lost a relative or loved one to suicide. She first started... Group offers help to people who have lost loved one to suicide

Tamara Hardesty describes Survivors of Suicide as an informal gathering for people who have lost a relative or loved one to suicide. She first started SOS Valdosta in late 2012. A few years ago, difficulties finding a regular gathering site and other complications led to the meetings being discontinued. After suicide reports earlier this year, Hardesty is bringing SOS Valdosta back.

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