Find friends, support and fun at the Alive Teen Retreat

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Being a teen can be difficult enough, but losing a loved one at a young age is one of the hardest things there is. Coming up in Rutherford County Oct. 17-19, the Alive Teen Retreat will give grieving youths a weekend full of new friends, support and fun.

Registration for the Alive Teen Retreat will continue through Oct. 10. It's offered for teens (eighth grade through high school seniors) who have lost loved ones and will be held again this year at a beautiful lakeside camp in Rutherford County. There is a cost of $50 per participant, and financial assistance is available based on need. To register, call 615-346-8680.

The Alive Teen Retreat, a program of Alive Hospice, will bring together grieving adolescents, counselors and volunteers for a three days and two nights. They'll make new friends as they participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities that will teach them about the grieving process and coping with loss. It's also lots of fun!


In addition to the Alive Teen Retreat, Alive Hospice offers individual counseling and grief support groups for adults, teens and children throughout the year. For more information about bereavement support, call 615-346-8680 or visit

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