IN-PERSON Holiday Blues Bereavement Support (6 weeks)
- Tuesdays, 11-12:30 or 5:30-7pm November 23rd-December 28th, 2021
- Join our grief support group where you can find strength in being in a safe environment with others walking a similar path.
- Because of COVID19 restrictions on social gatherings, many persons are living with unresolved and unprocessed issues of grief and loss due to abbreviated funeral or memorial services.
- Topics include the stress of grief, tips for coping during the holidays and what helps when grief hurts.
- Guy Tillson, facilitator, is a former clergyman with a 24 year career in ministry and Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
- Meetings are held in person at PBCH, capacity is limited to five people, masks must be worn, possible accommodations for zoom participation.
Contact Guy Tillson before November 16th to register: 536-2232 or email@example.com
CAREGIVER SUPPORT TO SUSTAIN YOU
Some feel privileged to serve a loved one at their most vulnerable time. Many also feel afraid, tired and overwhelmed at times. And most people feel it all in one day. It’s okay; these feelings are normal. The important thing is to have the tools and resources you need to cope with the natural ebb and flow of your emotions.
Conversation, Education and Support
- First Wednesday of every month! 10-11:30am
- With the increasing age of our population, more and more people are finding themselves providing care for those in need.
- Many caregivers feel ill-prepared for their role and have little or no support. This leads to high levels of stress, frustration, anger, guilt, and feeling overwhelmed, drained of energy, and helpless.
- JOIN US!!!! Connect with others as we talk about monthly caregiving topics and the ups and downs of at home caregiving. Attend once or as often as you’d like.
- IN-PERSON Meetings are back: located at PBCH conference room (101 Boulder Point Drive).
Contact us to register: 536-2232 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT COPING WITH LOSS
During your loved one’s illness, you may be too busy with care-giving to feel the full weight of your loss. After your loved one passes away, your grief may come suddenly or happen over time, and the depth of your feelings may surprise you. It’s important that you get care for your emotional and spiritual health; understanding grief and the feelings attached to it are important steps in healing.
Lean on us when you need help coping with your loss
Our bereavement counselors are here for those left behind. The bereavement team provides one-on-one counseling, grief education, workshops and other resources.