An agency associated with providing comfort in the face of death is holding the first of four group discussions this weekend in West Des Moines to focus on September 11th. Darcie Brown, of Hospice of Central Iowa, says the gatherings are designed to help people cope with the terrorist attacks.Brown says it’s been several weeks since the attacks, but many Iowans still aren’t coping very well. That’s why the agency decided to hold these group discussions, to let people get their feelings out in the open and to see they’re not alone in their grief.The series of discussions is entitled “Picking Up From Ground Zero” and Brown says Hospice is well staffed for handling this sort of gathering.The first session is scheduled for Sunday at 2 p-m at Hospice of Central Iowa’s Bright Center in West Des Moines. More free sessions are slated for November 13th, 19th and 26th. Hospice of Central Iowa covers 23 counties.
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