Most of us have loved and lost special people in our lives, and we understand that coping with grief is a challenging process.
If you are having difficulty dealing with the loss of a loved one, the staff members of Bereavement Services are the people you can call for help. They provide grief counseling to patients, their families, and the community through individual and group sessions.
Our bereavement counselors offer grief support in a number of ways. Grief counseling is offered to hospice family members up to one year after a patient’s death. Short-term individual counseling is available for people in the community who have experienced a death, even if it is not a hospice-related death. Community organizations and businesses can arrange for presentations on grief topics.Workplace programs are available that describe how grief affects employees and dealing with grief after an unexpected death.
Thoughts for the Grieving has basic information about the grieving process.
Grief Support for Adults
Throughout the year, support groups are offered to adults in our community, regardless of whether they received hospice services, in addition to families of our hospice patients:
• Living with Grief monthly workshops
• Coping with the Death of a Spouse
• Adults who Have Had a Parent Die
• Adults who Have Had a Child Die
• Hope for the Holidays
• Veterans workshops
Check out our events calendar for our current group listing. Call 910.796.7991 or 910.796.7925 for information about these programs.
Healing Journey Newsletter
We provide the Healing Journey newsletter for hospice families for 13 months after a patient’s death. If you have received our services, but have not received a Healing Journey newsletter, please call 910-796-7991.
Children and teens grieve after the death of someone they love, but they often grieve differently than adults. Our Sunrise Kids program addresses the needs of children and adolescents who have experienced the death of someone in their lives. Get more information about Sunrise Kids programs.