Grief support and bereavement services are available for family, friends and co-workers
Caring Circle offers bereavement support. After a loved one dies, it is natural to grieve. Feelings of grief may even begin at the time of a terminal diagnosis. As natural as these feelings are, in our culture we are often not prepared for the impact grief will have on us emotionally, physically, socially, and spiritually.
Grief is an individual experience
How you go through the grief process may be different than other members of your family or friends. There is no right or wrong way to grieve your loss, or time limit on how long you will grieve.
The Caring Circle bereavement support program offers a variety of comprehensive resources and opportunities to support you during your grief journey. Bereavement coordinators are available to offer grief support. Bereavement services are available to children, adults, and families before or after the death of a loved one.
Among the services offered are:
- Anticipatory grief support
- Individual sessions
- Support groups
- Grief and loss library
- Monthly mailings
- School and workplace grief support and educational programs
- Service of remembrance
2023 Jan-March Bereavement Calendar
Lory's Place is a safe harbor for grieving children, adults, and families
A grief healing and education center, provides regularly scheduled peer support group sessions that allow children and adults to interact with peers who have suffered similar death. We support those who are experiencing anticipatory grief on an individual basis. Lory's Place also offers peer support groups in elementary, middle, and high schools, provides community education, as well as crisis response support.
Contact us to learn more about our bereavement support programs through Caring Circle and Lory's Place.