In the heart of Greeley, Colorado, our nonprofit organization provides grief support for all ages, ensuring you never have to navigate the complexities of loss alone.

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If questions are weighing on your mind or you’d like to set up a time to talk, please know we’re just a phone call away.

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4650 west 20th Street, Greeley, cO 80634

Common Questions

If questions are weighing on your mind or you’d like to set up a time to talk, please know we’re just a phone call away

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we offer all individual services at no cost.

Our regular office hours are Monday through Thursday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

To find the support group that’s right for you, simply call 970-506-4114.

Grief is a natural and universal response to loss. People of all faiths and those who are unsure of what they believe are welcome to participate in any of our groups.

We focus on empathetic listening & embrace Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s companioning model.

The companioning model of grief care was developed by Dr. Alan Wolfelt, founder of the Center for Loss and Life Transition. It is about learning and observing, not assessing, analyzing, fixing or resolving another’s grief. It is about being present to the mourner and bringing them comfort by becoming familiar with their story, and allowing them a safe place to mourn and talk about their loved one. Grief can be a lonely journey, and we are here to help ease the loneliness

If you are interested in volunteering as an office helper.

Are you interested in becoming a trained support group facilitator?

Would you like to help with building maintenance projects?

Want to help us raise funds by serving on one of our event committees? 

If you answered yes to any please Contact Jen Sisneros at (970) 506-4114

 In Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’ book, On Death and Dying, she outlines five stages commonly experienced by dying patients.  The book was not written for those who are grieving a loss.  While some of the things she writes may relate to grief, the one reading must keep in mind that the book was not written for mourners.

Your journey is your journey, and no one experiences it in the same way. We believe:

  • Grief is a normal reaction to death
  • The duration and intensity of grief are unique to each person, adult and child
  • Everyone has a capacity to heal