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Because each of us experiences grief in our own unique way, we offer bereavement services that are designed to help meet your individual needs and those of your family. Anyone in the community who has experienced the death of a loved one is welcome to participate in our bereavement programs.
For more information about bereavement services, call 715-464-5086.
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS
Offering support can make a world of difference to people mourning the loss of a loved. We offer several support groups to help you and your family deal with grief.
Call 715-464-5086 for information on meeting dates, times and locations, or search Classes & Events.
This gathering is for women who have experienced the death of their spouse. Get together on the second Wednesday of each month for conversation, camaraderie and support.
Creative Grief Workshop for Kids
This creative arts support program is for children ages 6 to 12 who have experienced the death of a significant person. In this safe space, they can share stories they carry in their hearts, and explore their grief through sharing and creative activities. Parents/adults will meet for discussion and support during the workshop.
The Nature of Grief
This educational series explores grief as a natural process, allowing participants to learn about the grief process and seek connection, healing and wholeness following the loss of a loved one. Attend any or all sessions. Discussion topics include:
- Common reactions to grief
- Remembering special memories
- Healthy ways of coping
- Adjusting to new roles in life
- Defining what normal means again
- Keeping or changing traditions
- Finding hope
If you’ve experienced the death of a significant person in your life or support someone who has, meet with Bereavement Services staff to connect with support, learn about services, and take home resources and tools for understanding grief and loss.