Psychological Support Resources in Wake of Parade Death
Counselors will be on hand to meet with people individually as well as in a group therapy setting.
According to the board of directors of Identity, Inc., the Psychological Services Center at UAA will be open from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 2, to help individuals seeking psychological support related to the death of James Crump, the man killed during a Pridefest parade in downtown Anchorage last weekend.
Counselors will be on hand to meet with people individually as well as in a group therapy setting at 12:30 p.m. Extended services will also be available at no cost for anyone in need.
The PSC is located in the Social Science Building at UAA in room 259.
For more information, call 786-1795. To arrange to meet with a spiritual counselor, call Susan Halvor at 212-2993.
Identity board of directors said they are exploring ways to honor James Crump.