Stamford-based Laurel House gives depression sufferers hope

? A Stamford organization is helping people cope with mental illness and depression and get their lives back on track. Lori Clark says she was still dealing with the loss of her brother, who committed

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May 8, 2006, 3:49 AM

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Stamford-based Laurel House gives depression sufferers hope
? A Stamford organization is helping people cope with mental illness and depression and get their lives back on track.
Lori Clark says she was still dealing with the loss of her brother, who committed suicide in 2000, when an elderly driver hit and killed her sister in 2002. Her other brother later died from hepatitis. Clark says she fell into a deep depression and checked herself into the hospital. Teter Murphy says she also battled depression. The women both sought help at Laurel House.
The organization provides invaluable education, job training and social training to help depression victims rejoin the community. Murphy thanks Laurel House for saving her life.
Related Information: (203) 324-1816 rhondalevye@laurelhouse.net Laurel House


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