Team Daddy P (‘Jorge’ Peyton Wilson)
It will be ten years this summer since my father ended his life. It’s been a hard truth to accept, and one that I’m sure will always leave me sad and bewildered.

It’s also hard to express what the BRCIC Survivors of Suicide support group means to me. At first it was a life raft when my shock and grief seemed unbearable. Then it became a home of sorts, a safe place where I could be seen, heard, and accepted no matter what I was struggling with. It is truly a circle of support, a place for hope and healing, where I have made lasting friendships that extend far beyond the walls of the center. It has given me perspective, resources, and a way to give back to others. And although I no longer attend the group every week, there is comfort in knowing it is there, with open arms and hearts for me and anyone else who needs its services and support.

We walk in loving memory of my dad “Jorge” Peyton Wilson. He is missed every day in so many ways.

We walk in honor of survivors who fight the incessant tangle of heartbreak, rage, and guilt that comes with losing a loved one to suicide.

We walk in support of anyone who is struggling. And we walk in gratitude for the helpers, like the Crisis Intervention Center, who are truly a light amid the darkness.

If you can give to this hardworking organization, please know it’s appreciated. Thank you.
-- Jill Courtney
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