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Grief is a Journey.

There is plenty to discover along the way.


A wilderness experience for grieving teens.

Grief Gone Wild is a program just for grieving teens. It allows young people to join others like them on a personal journey down the beautiful and exhilerating San Juan River in Utah.

This wilderness adventure is offered by the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation division, with teens sponsored by Hospice of the Valley. Grief Gone Wild is a five-day river rafting expedition designed to help teens move toward peace and acceptance. Along the way, they will engage in special activities. They will share with others. And they will get a chance to work through their grief as they experience life all around them.

Dates: June 28 - July 3, 2007
Costs: Teen portion $75
Grief Gone Wild is adult-supervised by a team of wilderness and bereavement specialists, hospice volunteers and experienced river guides.

For more information about Grief Gone Wild, call 602.530.6987 or 602.530.6970.

Hospice of the Valley is a not-for-profit offering comfort and dignity to patients and families as life nears its end.

[Read a detailed account of this year's Grief Gone Wild river rafting trip in The Latest News, at Grief Gone Wild Helps Troubled Teens.]
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