The Hopeful Humanitarians
As future social workers, we are tasked with advocating for services that assist those in need. In our crisis intervention class, we have learned what people experience when they are faced with a crisis and the resources they need to make it through these difficult situations.

In our community, BRCIC has become a steadfast resource for those who have experienced traumatic loss. Visiting BRCIC, our class had the opportunity to witness a walkthrough of a Survivor of Suicide Support Group which is a weekly meeting at the Center that provides support to those who have loss someone to suicide. The group facilitators revealed how this group is a lifeline for these survivors and creates a refuge for them to express their loss.

BRCIC is a community resource that must be preserved. For this reason, we are raising money for the 11th Annual Circle of Support Walk scheduled for April 10, 2021. These funds will ensure that BRCIC’s weekly bereavement services provided to those who have suffered traumatic loss will continue. Thank you for your support!

“The struggle you’re in today is developing the strength you need tomorrow.” – Robert Tew
— LSU School of Social Work Graduate Students
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