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You Are Not Alone

Losing a loved one can affect many aspects of your life, and how you react to grief is unique. There are physical and psychological changes that may affect your day-to-day.

Our goal is to provide quality bereavement services that support and may help our families understand the effects of grief. 

All programs are provided at no charge and are open to anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one due to death living in the Niagara-on-the-Lake community.

We offer three kinds of bereavement support after a loved one dies.

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Grief is an individual experience

Grief support and bereavement services are available – you are not alone.

Phone Bereavement

When requested, calls are given up to a year following a loved one’s death. Calls are set up with a qualified bereavement companion and the grieving person at their convenience. 

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Community Wellness Support

Community events and workshops are held throughout the year at our location. A trained facilitator conducts the program that can run once a week for three consecutive weeks, once a month or other scheduled periods.

These Community Wellness Support events are a way to celebrate, mourn and work through the passing of a loved one by way of; grief walks, memory boxes, a celebration of life, workshops, Life-legacy, etc.

One-on-One Support

We offer 1:1 telephone, virtual, or in-person support to those people who require a little more companionship during their most difficult journey.

This can include anticipatory grief, disenfranchised, masked, absent, prolonged, delayed grief or normal grief, where a person needs just a little more understanding.

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A Safe Space For Grieving
Children, Adults, & Families

Contact us to learn more about our bereavement care programs. You will find our support during your grief healing very helpful as you and your family experience the changes that the death of a loved one may bring to your life.