Bereavement Support Group: Those of us who have los a loved one know the pain eventually fades and only good memories remain, but there is a lot that must occur before this happens. There is no 'right' way to grieve for a loved one as it is a process that must run its course. Grief requires tremendous energy that is physically, mentally, spiritually and socially draining. The Bereavement Support Group offers support for those going through this difficult time in their lives.
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Children's Bereavement Camp: Sometimes it is difficult for children to understand death, and even more often, it is difficult for adults to talk to children about death. This is an opportunity for children to come together with counselors and a support team to participate in activities that facilitate their understanding and ability to express their feelings about their loss. Children who participate may have lost a parent, grandparent, sibling, aunt, uncle, friend or anyone they were close to. If you know a child who has lost someone they love, call for information and reservations for them to attend this day camp.
Caregiver Support Group: No matter how much you love someone, caring for a terminally ill loved one takes its toll physically, emotionally and spiritually. It is important for you to care for yourself in order for you to be able to take care of your loved one. Attending this session is an extraordinary opportunity for caregivers to come together in a facilitated environment to give and receive support. If you are a caregiver, you owe it to yourself to come and share your struggles in this environment.