If you have been affected by the loss of a loved one due to suicide, you are invited to a special service to remember them and connect with others.
To be held this Sunday, February 28 from 3pm at Craig's Hill Chapel 63 Middle Arm Road, the event has been organised by the Goulburn Suicide Prevention Network.
"This is a very important event for the district, we know that many families across our community are touched every year by suicide," chair of the network Daniel Strickland said.
"We also know that many families feel so alone and isolated following the death of a loved one to suicide.
"This is an opportunity to come together and remember your loved one, and also connect with other families and friends who have experienced a death like no other."
John Crooks, managing director of RJ Sidney Craig Funeral Directors, said he was proud to support the initiative.
"We see the pain and hurt first hand following the death of someone by suicide," said Mr Crooks.
"We are there to support the family following the death and up to the funeral, but to know that after this period there is a group such as the Suicide Prevention Network that can continue to support families and provide community education in relation to suicide prevention is reassuring.
"We are pleased to be able to provide the beautiful venue of our Craig's Hill Chapel for the event, and know from previous years that it is a special event where families can connect with others that have experienced similar loss."
For more information and to RSVP please contact Daniel Strickland on 02 4824 4000.
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