Healing from Loss and Grief

Living with the death of a loved one is heartbreaking and difficult. Our grief counseling and support services help guide the way to hope and healing.

Our licensed counselors and social workers and trained volunteers support people of all ages who are grieving a loss. They help families of those we have cared for, parents expecting a pregnancy or baby loss and people who have had someone die unexpectedly or from any other circumstance.

You are not alone. We are here to help you share your feelings, adapt to life’s changes and thrive in the future with peace.

Hospice Bereavement Counseling

Our support groups, workshops and children’s groups and camps are free of charge and open to anyone who is hurting from the death of a loved one, not just someone who was in hospice care.

Support groups for coping with specific types of loss are six weeks long and offered at our community service centers and other locations in the community. Workshops for coping with grief during the holidays are offered during the fall and winter seasons. Children’s groups and camps and special presentations are held periodically.

Visit our calendar for a listing and registration. For additional information on offerings, please call (727) 523-3455.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perinatal Loss Support

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our perinatal loss program supports any families who are suffering from a pregnancy loss, still birth or death of a baby shortly after birth. Services may begin when a diagnosis is made during pregnancy or delivery. Our trained counselors provide individual or family counseling and support groups. Referrals may be made for our trained perinatal loss doula volunteers who go to hospitals during deliveries to provide advocacy, comfort and support to mothers and families. Call (727) 523-3451 for services.

Community Grief Support

Our individual and family counseling, support groups, workshops and children’s groups and camps are open to anyone who is hurting from the death of a loved one, not just someone in hospice care.

Specialized focus is on unexpected traumatic deaths, illness and workplace crisis intervention. Support groups for coping with specific types of loss are six weeks long and offered at our community service centers and other locations in the community. Workshops for coping with grief during the holidays are offered during the fall and winter seasons. Children’s groups and camps and other specialized presentations are held periodically.

Visit our calendar for a listing and registration. Call (727) 523-3451 for counseling fees and scheduling. There may also be fees for special presentations. For additional information on offerings, please call (727) 523-3455.

 

Community Memorial Services

Our community memorial services bring together our staff and community members to remember friends and loved ones who have died. Our services are non-denominational, open to everyone and held several times a year in various locations in the community. Visit our calendar for a listing.

Contact Us Today

For more information about grief services, call us at (727) 467-7423.