Adult Grief Support
Grief is a natural and universal response to the death of a loved one. We understand that there are no right or wrong ways to grieve, but there are healthy ways to cope with loss. Our specially trained, professional grief counselors can help and support adults and children during this difficult time.
Partners In Care offers a variety of opportunities and support for families, friends and the community when a loved one dies. Our ongoing grief support and education for adults and children is available to everyone in the community, not just our patients. Special events like our Camp Courage for children also underscore our belief in assisting the grieving who need or desire help.
Grief Programs and Support Groups
Spousal Loss Support Group
A support group for men and women who have lost a spouse or significant other. This eight-week group will provide a safe place for individuals to share the journey toward healing after the death of a partner. 8-week series begins August 11. Tuesdays from 10:30 – Noon. Registration required. This is a virtual group.
General Grief Support Group
Reinvesting in life after loss is less painful when the journey is shared with others. In this eight-week group participants will find hope, connection, and solace together. 9-week series begins August 13. Thursdays from 10:30 – Noon. Registration required. This is a virtual group. This is a virtual group.
Mindfulness and Grief Class
The ten-week class defines mindfulness and offers instruction on managing the grief process with mindfulness tools such as present moment awareness and meditation. 10-week series begins August 10. Mondays from 2:00 – 3:30 PM. Registration required. This is a virtual group.
Please see our Calendar at this link for more details. Please call Carla to preregister at (541) 382-5882. All groups are open to the community at no cost.