From The Baltimore Sun, June 14, 2016:
At Chase Brexton Health Care in Mount Vernon, therapists attended Monday's vigil to listen to concerns and connect people with mental health resources.
"What we're going to try to do for most of this week is completely open up and make ourselves available to community members who need an ear to listen, some space to process everything going on and need to not feel alone," said Nate Sweeney, executive director of Chase Brexton's LGBT Health Resource Center.
Donna Yaffe, a psychologist for the health center, said the unity displayed Monday could help with the grieving process.
"There are so many different kinds of groups of people that are persecuted and hated for their differences," Yaffe said. "People need to be embraced for their differences and not hated for their differences."
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