On-going Grief Groups
Open, Drop-in Group
These are open support groups, available to any adult who has experienced the death of a loved one. The group meets the first and third Mondayof each month from 10:30am.-12:00 noon and second and fourth Thursday of each month from 5:30-7:00p.m.
Offered once a month, meeting at a local restaurant. A great chance to socialize in a safe environment, with people who understand and respect where you are in your grief journey.
Closed-Ended Grief Groups
(Offered for 6 week sessions throughout the year)
Overdose Loss Support Group, offered in the fall
Losing a loved one can be one of the most painful experiences we will ever endure. Receive and give support to others who are walking this journey as well. Join us for a time of support, sharing, and education.
Survivors of Suicide Group, offered in the spring
This group will focus on the many issues that arise when a loved one dies of suicide and the emotional, physical, and spiritual responses to it. Explore ways to manage the intensity of the pain and discuss healthy coping strategies.
Teen Grief Group, offered in the summer
Teens have many challenges in life. Add the grief of losing a loved one to these challenges, and it gets even more complex. This group is a safe place for teens to share stories and express themselves.
Educational Workshops, offered throughout the year
- Grief 101
- Children and Grief
- Mother's/Father's Day Remembrance
- Coping with the Holidays
- Pet Rememberance
- Letting Go of Guilt
- Stress Management
- Self Care
....and many more
Children's Remembrance Service
Special service for children between the ages of 5 through 15 who have experienced the death of a loved one. This special program is designed for families to attend together. The program helps to teach coping skills and engage with others in a safe, comforting way. This two-hour service is offered annually.
Special day camp for children between the ages of 6 through 13 who are grieving the death of a loved one. The camp provides support and encouragement to children in a comfortable, safe and fun environment. This program is offered in the fall. Campers attend camp once a year--then are welcome to attend Camp Reunions. Reunions are for children who have attended camp in the past. This is an opportunity to reconnect with old friends, meet new friends, address new grief issues and have fun.