Bereavement support is a core component of Hospice services and we are glad to offer this support to family members and caregivers of all hospice clients as well as to members of our community.
Each of us make our own path through grief, but we need not walk alone. If you or someone you love is grieving, know that we are here with support.
At a time when our world is suffering a shared sense of loss, we honor the challenges you may face to make space for your own grief, to recognize your unique loss, and to find ways to cope and take care of yourself. We are here to listen as you make your way. We welcome you to be in touch by phone or by email to explore ways of living with grief and resources that may help along the way.
Here we offer just a few starting points. We hope one or more may be meaningful to you, wherever you may be in your journey. And we welcome you to share other resources that you have found helpful and may be helpful to others.
We are here to listen. May you offer yourself gentle loving-kindness. -Dan
Dan Kusch, Bereavement Care Coordinator, email@example.com, 524-8444x2390
Support Groups. While our in-person grief support groups are suspended at this time, we know how important it can be to connect and share with others who are also living with loss. If you are interested in a support group, please call or email and we can discuss options that may be available to you.
Online Grief Resources. These are just a few starting points among many grief resources available online. We encourage you to trust yourself, to go with resources that speak to you and let go of others. We welcome you to call to explore other sites and resources that may be useful to you at this time.
Dougy Center – National Center for Grieving Children & Teens
Compassionate Friends – Supporting Families After a Child Dies
Grief Healing – a blog updated daily for nearly a decade with resources sorted by topic
How Can We Help You?
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(603) 524-8444 • (800) 244-8549