Our Center For Grief & Healing
“Thank you and the staff for the care, comfort, and support, not only for my dad, but for our family. We were blown away by all you do!”
- A patient’s wife
We Share Your Journey with Caring Support for Loved Ones of All Ages
Grieving the death of a loved one is a natural part of healing. The oldest and most experienced hospice in the region, Hospice of the Piedmont has provided expert, compassionate comfort care and symptom management to tens of thousands of terminally ill patients since 1980. But, the thing that sets us apart from for-profit hospices is that we’ve created a continuum of care that supports the entire family on the end-of-life journey. We offer ongoing bereavement support for everyone during a time of great worry, stress, and grief, children to adults, whether their loved one participated in our hospice program or not. Our hospice and grief support services are provided to patients and families at no cost.
Our Center for Grief & Healing provides those experiencing a loss with an understanding and supportive environment in which to process their grief and heal in the year following a loved one’s death. Our support groups, events, workshops, camps, and counseling for adults, teens, and children encourage a healthy adjustment to feelings of loss.Charlottesville area Bereavement Calendar Culpeper/Warrenton area Bereavement Calendar
Ready to experience your safe and supportive place to grieve? Join us:Eight-week Adult Support Group; see our flyer. Remembering Our Children Adult Support Group; see our flyer. Drop-in Adult Support Group; see our calendars. The Spiritual Path of Grief; see our flyer. Young Widows support group; see our flyer. As Mother's and Father's Days approach, feelings of loss and emptiness are often reawakened. We're offering two special workshops for adults who have experienced the death of a parent or both parents. Explore the journey that you're taking as you adjust to a new life without one or both of your parents. See our flyer for details. Our Center for Children’s Journeys program uses music and art therapy, supportive counseling, bereavement camps, and multi-week support groups to help kids, ages four to eighteen, express feelings of sadness and loss. Our Center for Children’s OASIS connects teens experiencing a loss in a creative, multi-week dinner-discussion group. Our winter and spring memorial services in Charlottesville and Culpeper celebrate loved ones with live music, a candle-lighting, and inspirational readings; see our calendars. A vital part of the services we provide is our Grief Intervention Support Team (GIST), which provides bereavement and trauma services at no charge to schools, workplaces, and organizations after a loss or disaster. To learn more about GIST, call 434-817-6900, email email@example.com, or click to see our flyer.
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Support our Center for Grief & Healing which heals so many with your tax-deductible gift.
Our grief support is a public service of Hospice of the Piedmont. Patients, families, and community members are welcome to participate at no cost. To ensure we can continue to provide these high caliber programs and events, we gratefully welcome your tax-deductible donations. Contact our Director of Advancement to make your generous gift: 434-817-6900.
Grieving a loss and need support?
That’s what we do. Let us help.
Contact Hospice of the Piedmont for grief support now:
1-800-975-5501, 434-817-6900, firstname.lastname@example.org.