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New Peer Support Group in Anza to provide help to those in need in the community


Last updated 1/27/2018 at Noon

The self-help peer group teacher and founder Robert Hoffstot explains the workings of the group to several students at the meeting Thursday, Jan. 8, in Anza. Diane Sieker photo

A brand-new self-help peer support group held its first meeting Thursday, Jan. 18, at the corner of state Route 371 and Kirby Road in the Destination Place in the Loving Hope Church trailer. The classes will be offered the first and third Thursday of every month.

Group founder Robert Hoffstot, who describes himself as an ex-convict who has become an advocate for self-help, is an author, Sunday school teacher and all-around helpful neighbor. He says he has benefited greatly from classes such as this one and is well versed in many tried and proven self-help methods.

Hoffstot is a parolee wh...

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