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Support groups are a way of bringing people together in a safe space to share common life experiences. They provide a forum for participants to communicate in a mutual understanding of shared challenges and problems. The strength of support groups lie in the connections and understandings that come from shared narratives. Bereavement support groups provide ongoing help to participants in various ways, including: normalising the grief journey listening and sharing personal experiences creating social networks and reducing feelings of isolation discovering personal strengths and building resilience providing relevant information.
253 Wellington Rd, Mulgrave, VIC, 3170, Australia, Australia 3170
We meet one night a week for about 2 hours for eight weeks. This is a Grief Survival Series with information to help aid the healing process of grief and mourning. This group was created in 2003 and is still going strong
4445 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, CA, California, USA 92501
Hospice offers a variety of bereavement services to assist family and friends in dealing with the loss of someone they love. Caring professionals provide support and counseling from the first days of illness and for as long as one year after the death. Those eligible for all Hospice bereavement services include caregivers, roommates, close friends or family members of a Hospice patient. The grief support groups are also open to anyone in the community who has suffered a recent loss. Individual Support Services: Personal visits, phone calls, scheduled correspondence as requestedMemorial Services: Arranging of ecumenical services focusing on spiritual, [...]
45-18 Court Square Long Island City, NY, New York, USA 11101