Route 91 on October 1st, 2017 was one of the worst times in our lives. Together we are strong and we are family. We lost 58 members of our family that day along with over 700 injured and thousands and thousands mentally scared. Although we cannot bring those back that we lost, we can take care of our family that is still here and we will. San Diego County and nearby cities have a large country community and we plan on continually updating and helping one another. Check our calendar for events and email us to let us know what we can do to help. Make sure to visit our documents page for trauma therapy specifically written for Route 91 survivors, family, and friends by one of the most highly qualified trauma therapists in the world, who is also a survivor. Together we are #CountryStrong
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