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This group is for people who have experienced the death of a loved one. Participants will meet once weekly to share stories, explore the process of grief and healing, and find comfort in knowing they are not alone. Hospice Department staff host the group.
This group is limited to 10 participants. Call for more information or to register by March 4.
This virtual monthly gathering on Zoom is for informal conversation, camaraderie and support for women after the death of a spouse or significant other.
You will receive the Zoom link after registering.
We also offer a women's in-person Common Bonds Grief Support group
This in-person monthly gathering is for informal conversation, camaraderie and support for women after the death of a spouse or significant other.
No food or drink is allowed in the conference room.
We also offer a women's virtual Common Bonds Grief Support group.
This group meets once a week for four weeks on Mondays and is for those who have suffered the loss of an infant or pregnancy. Participants can find comfort in a safe and supportive space. Attend virtually or in person.
Register for the series by April 8. Additional class details will be provided upon registration.
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