Bereavement & Grief Support Services
Within our Community Building are offices for our administrative team, bereavement, medical records, and other supporting departments. Additionally, we have various meeting rooms for staff, as well as external groups.
Hope & Healing Support Groups
A 5-week structured support group open to anyone in the community who has experienced the death of a loved one.
Hope & Remembrance Memorial Services
Coping with the Holidays
Children and adolescents are more sensitive to the conditions that follow loss than adults. We offer multifaceted support programs for children and teens, customized by age group.
Project HOPE (Healing Ourselves through Personal Expression)
Project HOPE uses art therapy to guide children who’ve suffered the loss of a loved one through techniques to express their grief in healthy and creative ways. Hospice & Community Care staff partner with local artists for workshops designed for children 5-18. Project HOPE is offered free of charge to any child that has experienced a significant loss.
The Garden of Hope, Children’s Book
For more than 32 years, we have provided specialized counseling to grieving children and teens. Many came from families who had not received Hospice services and were referred by local therapists, school counselors, or parents after a significant, traumatic, or sudden loss. The community turns to Hospice & Community Care for grief resources. If you know a child or teen who you think may benefit from bereavement support and resources, please contact us at 803-329-1500 or email@example.com
Hospice & Community Care is available to assist school administrators through our school outreach program. We can present in-services to teachers and parents, arrange presentations for students on grief-related topics and issues, along with providing educational resources on children and grief. If you would like information on Hospice & Community Care’s School Support Programs, please contact us at 803-329-1500, 1-800-895-CARE or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More than four million workers experience the death of a loved one each year. At any given time, approximately 25% of employees are grieving a loss.
– American Hospice Foundation
There are many faces of grief in the workplace. The caregiver, the grieving employee, the death of an employee, and crisis reactions all impact the workplace. Balancing compassion and productivity may be difficult for employers.
The hidden impact of grief and loss on the workplace may be seen through unexpected tardiness or absenteeism, decreased concentration, increased accidents, and decreased production. Hospice & Community Care offers specialized training, education, and support initiatives to help workplaces become more sensitive to grieving employees.