We are committed to helping families find comfort and peace during the most difficult of times.
No matter what happens, you aren’t alone.
At hospice, we accept that there are some things we simply can’t do – like stop pain or grief, or prevent the terminally ill from dying. Instead, we focus our energy on what we can do – reduce physical pain, control symptoms, provide spiritual counseling and lend emotional support.
When the time comes to say goodbye to your loved one, we will be there as much as you need us to be. Grieving the loss of a loved one is difficult enough. You don’t have to go through it alone. We don’t stop being there for you after your loved one passes, either. We are here for you always.
Our Grief Support Services
Click on a tab below to learn more about each of our grief support services.
- Adult Support
- Children and Youth Support
- Crisis Response
- Grief in the Workplace
- Memorial Services
Widowed person’s support group
Adult grief groups
Parents and families group for loss of a child
*More programs will be developed as needed by the community.
Camp Hope, a one day camp for children who have experienced the loss of a loved one
“Good Grief Club”, for grades K-12, in coordination with school counselor
Groups for all ages, as needed
Individual sessions for teens and children at home, as appropriate
We provide crisis response and supportive services to individuals affected by death, violence, accidents, and disasters.
These services are available to local businesses/agencies as a training tool for managers or support system for employees.
These special events serve to provide opportunities for remembering lost loved ones. Typically these are scheduled around the holidays.
We provide workshops and presentations dealing with death, dying and grief issues. These are provided periodically or upon request.
Our bereavement volunteers are trained to support families and individuals grieving a loss.