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Inside This Issue:
- A Note From the Founder
- Solace News
- Book Spotlight
- Upcoming Events
- A Big Thanks
A Note From the Founder
After completing six years of program and facility building, I am gratified to see that our facility is running out of space. This was only possible with the help of our volunteer s who have taken the 24 hour s of training to be able to facilitate our peer support groups.
We are blessed to have a comfortable home on the UNR campus with six rooms that are designed for age appropriate sessions. But we need a minimum of 12 rooms so that when we get a call from someone in need, I can say “I can sign you up today” instead of ”It’s a four week wait.” It is hard to put grief on hold.
We are actively adding volunteer s while we are looking for a new space. At the same time, The Solace Tree is gaining national attention from teacher organizations, hospice organizations, and the press. In many ways this is because of the excellent books that we have written with Solace kids to help all grieving kids. We are releasing our 4th book, Kids Can Cope, which is intended to be a Hospice and Doctor resource publication.