Counseling for those who have suffered a loss is available to our community through our Bereavement Services department. It makes no difference whether the person who died was a Hospice patient, or where the person lived, or the relationship of the survivor. It doesn’t matter how long ago the loss occurred. (See the list below for support group information.)
With our patients’ families, however, we stay in touch for 13 monthsÂ following the death of their loved one. BecauseÂ that year will include many “firsts,” on-going support is vital to help survivors on their way to healing. Volunteers send scheduled mailings, information packets and special “care notes” to lend support and let families know we are available if they need us.
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