Whenever we lose someone we love (like death), we usually go through a certain process called “Grief.” St. Liz Hospice understands that grief is one of life’s most difficult and painful experiences. There is no such thing as a structured approach to managing grief. But we know very well that grieving is a necessary part of life. And this is the process that makes us human, experiencing reactions from sadness to anger, from numbness to pain, from guilt to fear.
Our experienced Social Workers, Chaplains, and Grief counselors can help family members go through the grief process. It is in this area where we come in strong, for our organization is ready to support family members every step of the way until recovery. At St. Liz Hospice, support can come in many forms, from a phone conversation, group meetings, or individual counseling. Our Grief Care team is available to offer a shoulder to cry on, a hand to hold, a heart willing to listen to you, or even provide resource assistance in the next steps. Always put into your heart that St. Liz Hospice exists to help and support you all the way.
Bereavement Care services include:
- Individual Grief Counseling
- Grief Care for Children and Teens
- Grief Care Support Groups
- Grief Care Events
- Annual Service of Remembrance
- Online Resources
- Supportive Phone Calls
- Referrals for Additional Support
Grief Support Group Resources: