Grief is not a problem to be solved, or a disorder to be cured; it's a process to be lived.

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

The GriefCare Place offers a progressive program of grief care in a variety of care groups. It introduces those grieving the death of a loved one to the normal grieving/healing process in a sensitive and gentle way. It includes the foundational Introduction to Grief care group, plus other groups (listed below), specifically designed to provide additional care in a smaller group format. Our groups are facilitated by trained leaders and helpers, most of whom have experienced grief themselves.

INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING

Individual Counseling - for children, teens and adults that need help making sense of life after the death of a loved one.


CARE GROUPS


Introduction to Grief, Until Healing Comes - is a foundational progressive program for any adult who has experienced the death of a loved one.

Bereaved Parents - is for parents who have experienced the loss of a child.


Widowed Women - is for women of any age whose spouse died.


Widowed Men - is for men who have experienced the death of a spouse.


Other Adult Losses - an ongoing monthly support group for adults grieving the death of a parent, sibling, close friend, partner, or relative other than a spouse or child.

Kids’ Time /Camp - for children, 6 to 12 years old, who have experienced the death of a loved one.


Moving Ahead - is for those who have moved into their second year of grief and have already learned about the grief process.

After Suicide - is for any adult who has experienced the loss of a loved one through a completed suicide.

Infant Loss - is scheduled as needed, and is for parents who experienced loss in the areas of early infant death, miscarriage, stillbirth, or SIDS. Call for more information.

RESOURCE LIBRARY

Printed materials and audio-visual resources related to grief are available in The GriefCare Place’s well-supplied lending library. These materials are designed to provide support and encouragement to individuals of all ages who have experienced the death of a loved one. They may also be used by individuals and professionals who desire to help the bereaved. Books and audio-visual materials may be checked out for a period of two weeks.