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Bereavement Programs

Support During a Difficult Time

Regardless of the circumstances, losing a loved one is never easy. It’s important to have both support immediately following a loss, as well as ongoing support to deal with the emotions and changes that this loss can bring.

Finding Help

As part of our commitment to providing care for caregivers as well as patients, we hold bereavement and support groups for survivors to help guide them through their journey of grief and healing.

Our program includes 13 months of grief counseling for surviving family and caregivers. All groups are by a clinical social worker trained to help during this difficult time.

We also hold Celebrations of Remembrance twice a year that can be important for reflecting and moving forward.

Learn More

For more information on these groups or any of our other services, please call (508) 383-7000.