PUEBLO — A unique camp is teaching teenagers how to handle tough situations in their lives.
The Sangre de Cristo Hospice is now hosting a Grief Camp, aimed at teaching kids how to cope with losing a loved one in a healthy way.
"You're not alone really," said Izabel Holmes, who took part in the camp. "That there is going to be someone else out there that can help you not everyone's story is going to be exactly the same but there are people out there with you who also feel pain."
The camp is free and ends Friday. Those who want to take part can contact Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Palliative Care.