Bereavement Support



Niagara Hospice continues to serve family members after the loss of their loved one. We are here as you move through the grieving process. The Niagara Hospice Bereavement Department offers grief support to families in a variety of ways. The following services are available for 13 months and may be accepted or declined at any time. For more information, please call us at 716-280-0777.

We invite you to watch our Bereavement Department's Virtual Remembrance Ceremony for summer of 2020 by clicking here.  

 

Click here to watch Laurie Stickney, LMWS, Niagara Hospice Medical Social Worker & Bereavement Counselor discuss the process of navigating grief. 

 

  • Supportive telephone calls and mailings
  • Individual and family grief counseling
  • Bereavement workshops and groups for adults  
  • Memorial events throughout the year
  • Resource materials at our Grief Library on grief and loss
  • Information and referral services
  • E-newsletter
     

                                                                            

          Niagara Hospice Administration Building houses the Healing Words Grief Library.
       The library holds a small collection of books, videos on grief, loss and coping.
        If you find support and/or comfort through reading,
      please feel free to come in, browse and check out some books.

                                                     




Grief is a normal response to loss. Your grief journey is unique to you and can be a very isolating experience. Our Bereavement Counselors are available for individual as well as group support as you navigate this often painful journey toward adjusting to your new normal.



 

Grief Support Groups  
 


**Please note that all face-to-face grief support groups have been postponed until further notice. Thank you for your patience and understanding.**

Please visit our closed Facebook Group below for support:

 Niagara Hospice Bereavement Support

Newly Bereaved Workshop:

This educational workshop is for those who have lost a loved one in the last one to three months.  By attending you will be able to makes sense of some basic terminology associated with loss; identify common grief responses and discover some useful tools for navigating through your grief.

         
Growing through Grief:

A peer support group for adults grieving the loss of a loved one.

    


Loss of Spouse:

A peer support group for adults grieving the loss of a spouse.


 

Bridges Bereavement Newsletters

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Bereavement Department information (716) 280-0777

 

 

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