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Sunday September 16, 2018 (3 days, 16 hours ago)


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Suicide rates remain stubbornly high, and the impact that even one such death can have on a community can be devastating, to say nothing of the impact it can have on a family. In an effort to help assuage the devastation that a suicide can leave in its wake, the Samaritans on Cape Cod and the Islands have announced that it will create a support group for those who have lost a love one to this epidemic. Hopefully, it will help those who have been left behind to deal with the sense of loss and [...]

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