Children’s Services: DeeDee and Morgan Edwards

As the area’s only non-profit Hospice provider Hospice & Community Care is frequently asked to provide support to community members who have experienced a loss.

Serving the community with grief and loss resources.

When your husband is killed tragically in a car accident, where do you go to seek support resources for your eight year old daughter? This was the question that Dee Dee Edwards was faced with in 2015 after her husband and Morgan’s father, Raye, was killed.

Morgan’s school guidance counselor shared information about Hospice & Community Care’s children’s grief camp, Project HOPE. As the area’s only non-profit Hospice provider Hospice & Community Care is frequently asked to provide support to community members who have experienced a loss. Morgan has now participated in two years of Project HOPE and says, “It is very helpful to know that I am not the only one that has lost someone I love.”

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