Providing grief support services to adults, teens and children
Grief follows no standard path or timeframe. There is no right way to experience grief. Often, emotions will ebb and flow. Grief can affect you physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually. It can leave you with questions such as:
- How long does grief last? Will I always feel this way?
- Am I losing my mind?
- Why can’t I sleep? Why don’t I have any energy?
Hope’s grief counselors help adults, teens and children through the grieving experience. We’ll help you learn to process your feelings and find ways to cope.
Grief counselors help you make sense of loss
If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, Hope’s trained grief counselors will help you along your grief journey. Your experience is unique, and we provide emotional support. In the year after your loss, we will help you find meaning and learn how to carry on without your loved one.
Grief support is provided by grief counselors who:
- Listen to you and to how grief is affecting you
- Help you identify the right support
- Help you find meaning in your loss
Grief support services
Whether or not your loved one was a Hope patient, we offer these complimentary services for up to 13 months.
Programs and classes: Classes are designed to help you learn more about the grief process and discover your own voice when it comes to grief and loss. Learn more about our programs and classes.
Grief support groups: You don’t have to face grief alone. Our support groups invite you to spend time with others who have a similar loss experience. Learn more about our grief support groups.
Specialized grief support services: Hope Hospice is here to support the community we serve by offering specialized grief support during times of natural or man-made disasters. Call our Grief Support department to learn how to access this service in times of need.
If you need more information, have questions or would like to meet with a grief counselor, please contact us at (925) 829-8770.