Grief Matters

Grief Matters is an educational four-week workshop for adults who have experienced a loss through death. Participants will learn how to cope with grief and begin the process of healing in a group setting. Registration is required.

Grieving Parents

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Grieving Parents is a six-week workshop for parents who have experienced the death of a child due to any cause, at any age beyond infancy. This group focuses on coping with grief and beginning or continuing the process of healing. Registration is required.

Partner Loss

Partner Loss is a six-week workshop for anyone who has experienced a death of a spouse or significant other that provides an opportunity to learn how to cope with grief and begin the process of healing in a group setting. Registration is required. 

Young Adult (18–30 year olds)

Young Adult is a four-week group that brings together individuals who have experienced a loss of a loved one through death to share memories, learn common grief reactions and healthy coping strategies. Registration is required.

Parent Loss

Parent Loss is a group for adults who have experienced a death of a parent. This group focuses on ways of coping, sharing memories and the process of healing. Registration is required. 

Coping with the Holidays

Coping with the Holidays is a workshop offered in November each year. This workshop is designed to commemorate loved ones, develop coping strategies for the holiday season and learn self-care techniques. Registration is required. 

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We serve everyone regardless of race, color, ethnic or religious background, national origin, citizenship, age, height, weight, disability, marital status, familial status, or gender and do not discriminate based on pregnancy, sex stereotyping, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law. ATTENTION: Language assistance services, free of charge, are available to you. Call 1.269.345.0273, (TTY: 1.844.578.6563).

Our Mission is to guide and support individuals and their caregivers coping with illness, aging, dying, and loss by providing compassionate medical, emotional, spiritual, and personal care.