High Peaks Hospice Bereavement staff and volunteers offer a variety of grief services to those we serve and to the community at large.
The emotional toll of caring for someone with an advanced illness is an ongoing process, and the effect on families and caregivers does not end when a loved one dies. For families, caregivers, and friends involved in caring for a loved one in hospice care, support starts while your loved one is in care and continues up to 13 months after through our bereavement program.
Our bereavement program provides several ways to give support throughout your grief journey. Since we all grieve in different ways a variety of topics are offered.
Support is also available to community members who have experienced the loss of a loved one – even if they did not use hospice services.
Bereavement support is provided by phone and mail contact, phone or in-person counseling, printed resources, and networking. Workshops and support groups are provided according to need.