Peer to Peer Support
Our professional bereavement staff and trained volunteer facilitators offer guidance during each session. It is the interaction of the children, teens and adults sharing common experiences and feelings with their peers that make these sessions so life changing. The children, teens and adults build communities together, ones that challenge them to ask the tough questions, face their fears and give each other hope.
Your child can become part of one of the following grief support groups or program services:
- Preschool/Kindergarten (ages 3-5)
- Middle School & High School
Unaddressed grief can lead to physical and mental health problems. At Lory's Place you'll find the support and caring people you need. Here you can share feelings, experiences, and memories in a support group setting.
Our professional bereavement staff and trained volunteers will guide you and offer hope as you anticipate a loved one's death or are grieving after a family member or friend dies. We offer special support groups for many types of loss from death. There are also community outreach programs that come to your organization after the death of a colleague or during a crisis.
As an adult, you may participate in the following peer groups or program services:
- Adults-death of someone significant regardless of the cause
- Homicide Loss Support
- Miscarriage, still-birth, and infant death within the first year of life
- Substance Related Loss Support
- Suicide Loss Support
In addition to Lory's Place regularly scheduled peer support groups, Caring Circle also offers grief healing programs throughout the year.
2023 Jan-March Bereavement Calendar
If interested in Lory's Place programs to help a friend or loved one join a peer support group or tour our grief healing center, contact us.