The GriefCare Place offers a progressive program of grief care through support groups provided without cost to the griever. It introduces those grieving the death of a loved one to the normal grieving/healing process in a sensitive and gentle way.
For adults who have experienced any death; provides foundational information and a safe place to begin grief support.
Grief 102: Achieving Healing - For those who have learned about grief and have completed their period of acute grieving (typically in their second year of grief). Continues foundational information and a safe place to continue applied grief work with a focus on reaching healing.
Widowed Women - for women of any age who have experienced the death of a spouse.
Widowed Men - for men of any age who have experienced the death of a spouse.
Bereaved Parents - for parents who have experienced the death of a child of any age.
After Suicide - for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one
through a completed suicide.
HALO - Hope After Loss to Overdose - for adults dealing with the loss
of a loved one due to drug overdose.
Other Adult Losses - for adults grieving the death of a parent, sibling, friend or relative other than a spouse or child.
Kids’ Time - for children 6 to 12 years of age; who are gently led in understanding death and grief. Led by a professional clinician.
Resource Library, School In-Services,
Kids’ Camp, “Helpful Hints for Holiday Hurts”,
Volunteer Program, Speakers’ Bureau