Meeting Time & Locations

St. Peters/St. Charles County Group

Meets the first Thursday of every month
Knights of Columbus Hall
5701 Highway N, Cottleville, MO 63304
Facilitators:
Mike & Jeanne Francisco,

636-947-9403

EMAIL

Siblings – St. Peters Sibling Group

Meetings are at the same time and location
as the St. Peters/St. Charles Group
7:00 p.m.

Tri-County, Potosi, MO Chapter

10479 St. Hwy P (new location) 
Potosi, MO 63664
Brenda Wilson –EMAIL
Meetings temporarily canceled.
Please call or email Brenda Wilson
for information.

573-210-4080
573-438-4559

Washington, MO Group

Monthly meetings have been suspended.
There will be a four week parental grief
seminar which is offered twice a year –
for the September/October seminar.
Please contact Betty Werner
for additional information
Rose and Candle Memorial on December 5th

Facilitator:
Elizabeth (Betty) Werner – EMAIL
636-390-4422

West County Group

Meets the fourth Tuesday of every month
7:00pm
Congregation Shaare Emeth
11645 Ladue Road (corner of Ballas & Ladue)
St. Louis, MO 63141

Facilitators:
Jacque Glaeser: 636-394-3122

Little Egypt Chapter (Illinois)

Meets the 3rd Saturday of the month
10:00am
Christian Covenant Fellowship Church
1025 South Division Street
Carterville, IL 62918

Facilitator: 
Mona Shemwell: 618-988-8209

P.A.L.S.

(Parents affected by the loss of a child through suicide)

Fourth Saturday
10:30am
St. Lukes Hospital (141 & 40)
1st Floor, Conference Room A
St. Louis, MO

Linda Fehrmann: 314-853-7925
EMAIL

Southern Illinois Chapter

2nd Sunday of the month
2:00 – 3:00pm
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
3205 Broadway
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864

Linda D Mlot
618-315-9702 cell
618-266-7004 home
EMAIL
Website

S.O.S.

St. Charles
Survivors of Suicide

Meets the first and third Monday
6:30pm
Baue Funeral Home Community Center
608 Jefferson
St. Charles, MO 63301

Linda Fehrmann: 314-853-7925
EMAIL

 

Communication

is the key to
survival for
bereaved parents
Talk to someone!

And through all the tears,

and the sadness
and the pain,
comes the one thought
that can make me
internally smile again:
   I have Loved!

   *   *   *   *
The first time a memory
slides over us like a wave
of warmth,
we have turned the
corner of our grief.