The GriefCare Place opened its doors in June of 1997. It offers a SAFE PLACE where those grieving the death of a loved one can find support, education, understanding, and a caring place to heal. The center serves individuals of all ages, offers a home-like atmosphere and is a non-denominational faith based organization where those of strong faith or those of none can come comfortably.
The GriefCare Place educates participants about grief and provides caring volunteers who walk alongside and companion them during the grieving/healing process.
The GriefCare Place charges no fees and is funded entirely by fundraising events, donations, and memorial gifts. Since it is a charitable, non-profit organization, all donations are tax deductible under IRS section 501(c)(3). Financial support is a continuous need, greatly appreciated, and is responsibly spent.
The GriefCare Place could not support our grievers without the faithful help of our volunteers
Whether you work directly with grievers at group meetings, behind the scenes keeping our facilities in good order or helping with special events to keep our doors open, YOU are making a difference in the lives of others!
If you are not currently one of our valued volunteers and have some time to invest in helping others, please contact the office and we would be glad to match your talents with a need here at the GriefCare Place
Benefitting The GriefCare Place
Friday, June 28
Fox Den Golf Course
2770 Call Rd. Stow
Lunch and Practice
1:00 Shotgun Start
5:30 Dinner & Winners
Format: 4-Person Scramble
Entry Fee ($95) Includes:
18 holes & cart
Range, Lunch & Dinner
On course beverages
Sponsorship opportunities available for those wishing
to honor or recognize an individual or organization
Prizes awarded for the top
two 4-person scramble teams and for accuracy
Go to our Events Calendar page to download the registration form
330-686-1750 or email email@example.com
For bereaved children to explore and learn about grief - Ages 6-12 years
July 8 through July 29
3:00 until 4:30 p.m.
(A light snack will be provided)
A four-week program for children who have experienced a significant loss, such as that of a parent, grandparent or sibling. Through guided activities incorporating art, music, books and play, children will learn about their grief with similar aged peers who have had related experiences.
This program will help children explore feelings, memories and coping techniques for grief. They will gain tools to help them effectively express grief in their everyday lives.
Led by Collin Myers, Ph. D., PCC-S, DAC, NBCC, NAFC (Licensed Counselor)
Registration is required
For more information 330.686.1750 or firstname.lastname@example.org