The Douglas Center for Hope and Healing is moving in January to a bigger location, and expanding services.
The move coincides with the relocation of Three Peaks Therapy whose principals are involved with the Douglas center which provides free services for grieving children and adults.
"We have a handful of new trained volunteers who went through grief training," said center director Jodi Wass. "And our peer groups are meeting twice a month for adults and teens. We've wanted to do that for a long time, but we needed to have the staff and trained volunteers."
Three Peaks Therapy and the …