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SOS Support Group

What is the SOS support group?

Our Survivors of Suicide (SOS) support group is a peer support group for those who have been closely impacted by a suicide loss. The group has two co-facilitators - a survivor of suicide and a licensed therapist. The SOS group is not a therapy group. Members of the group receive support, guidance, understanding, compassion, comfort, resources, belonging, and social interaction from others who have lost a loved one to suicide.

We meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month, 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the Hobbs PBCG office, located at 5419 N. Lovington Highway, Building 4, Suite 24 (located behind the old Hobbs hospital).

What do we mean by a "survivor," or a, "survivor of suicide?"

A survivor of suicide is any individual who has experienced the death of someone close to them as a result of suicide. They are intimately and directly affected by a suicide and self-define as survivors after the suicide of another person. Survivors can include family, friends, coworkers, or any other person impacted by the loss. 

For more information about the SOS support group, please contact Janell Taylor, LMSW at [email protected] or call at (575) 249-2561.