In 2013, Melissa Monroe received life-altering EMDR therapy at SCCC after the sudden and unexpected death of her two-year-old daughter Alice. Melissa was determined to make this therapy more accessible for others and thus began hosting a concert in Alice’s name to benefit the SCCC Trauma and Resiliency Training Program. She has done so every year since her daughter died.
You can hear more about Melissa’s story here.
This year, Melissa and her daughter Grace honor what would be Alice’s 8th year of life by undertaking the challenge to pick up trash in 8 locations that are special to their family.
To make a donation in memory of Alice Ferguson, fill out the form to the right. All proceeds from Agastock go towards funding SCCC’s Trauma Training Program.