Local groups offer support in wake of Robin Williams' suicide

Some local groups are stepping forward following the death of Robin Williams.



Officials in California say the actor-comedian committed suicide by hanging himself.



Stamford resident Kerie Boshka says her first husband committed suicide 12 years ago.



She wrote a book called "If God cares so much, why do I still hurt?" to help others deal with the situation.



Meanwhile, the Center for Hope in Darien offers help to those left behind.



They host weekly support meeting for survivors.



 


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