Adult/Family Support

For adults, we offer a more in-depth level of support because we understand that the impact of grief can bring on additional stress. Our unique model of care provides financial, logistical, and psychosocial support to help address all of the overwhelming aspects after the death of a loved one.  

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Through our  Embrace-A-Family program, we help provide grocery cards, pre-made meals, and many other forms of personalized financial assistance. To qualify, you must have dependents or have a family member enrolled in hospice.

Logistical support

We offer assistance for the overwhelming logistics like memorializing social media accounts, filing for social security benefits or addressing probate and financial concerns.

Psychosocial Support

We offer several types of groups, events, and wellness workshops to connect you to other adults who understand. 

Parent/caregiver support

We can help guide you on ways to support your grieving children, ages 4-24, through our in-person and virtual adult education programs.

family grief support series

If you have children ages 4-24, consider participating in our weekly family grief support series, held up to 5 times per year. More information HERE .

Family Camps/Retreats

Whether through our youth and young adult camps and retreats, or through our partners, we can provide access to these family bonding opportunities.

family events

Our many events offer ways to honor your loved one by involving the whole family. Please visit our Events Section

Financial Support

Through our Embrace-A-Family program, we help provide grocery cards, pre-made meals, and many other forms of personalized financial assistance. To qualify, you must have dependents or have a family member enrolled in hospice.

Logistical Support

We offer assistance for the overwhelming logistics like memorializing social media accounts, filing for social security benefits or addressing probate and financial concerns.

Psychosocial Support

We offer several types of groups, events, and wellness workshops to connect you to other adults who understand. 

Parent/Caregiver Education

We can help guide you on ways to support your grieving children, ages 4-24, through our in-person and virtual adult education programs.

Family Grief Support Series

If you have children ages 4-24, consider participating in our weekly family grief support series, held up to 5 times per year.

Family Camps/Retreats

Whether through our youth and young adult camps and retreats, or through our partners, we can provide access to these family friendly opportunities.

Family Events

Our many events offer ways to honor your loved one by involving the whole family. Please visit our events section!