- Grief is a normal reaction to death
- The duration and intensity of grief are unique to each person
- Everyone has a natural capacity to heal
The Community Grief Center is not a counseling center. We are a companioning center. Anyone who comes to the Center with what is clinically known as “complicated grief” will be referred to our other community partners/resources outside the center for help.
We offer various grief support services and groups for people of all ages. Click on any of the titles below for more information. OR, click here to download a copy of our general information brochure.
- Understanding Grief Classes - meet the first Tuesday evening of each month with a different topic presented each month.
- TREK - two 8-week sessions offered in the fall and spring for kids and teens who have a lost a parent/grandparent, sibling, close friend, etc.
- Camp Braveheart - Camp BraveHeart is a camp for children, ages 5-18 who are grieving the loss of a sibling, parent or other close family members.
- HUGS - offering love and hope to parents who have lost a baby to miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death
- MOMS Group - connecting mothers of all ages who have suffered the loss of a child of any age at any point
- DADS Group - connecting dad of all ages who have suffered the loss of a child of any age at any point
- WIDOW / WIDOWERS Group - connecting those who have experienced the loss of a spouse or partner to get together and share their grief journey.
- Healing Stitches - an ongoing weekly group that uses knitting as therapy and make gifts of hope to give to others
- Suicide Support Group
- Pet Loss Support
Other groups will be formed as demand grows. If you are a veteran, father or college student seeking to form a group of like-individuals who are grieving, please call us at (970) 506-4114.