Healing from loss and grief
Our licensed counselors and social workers and trained volunteers support people of all ages who are grieving a loss. They help families of those we have cared for, parents expecting a pregnancy, baby or child loss, and people who have had someone die unexpectedly or from any other circumstance.
You are not alone. We are here to help you share your feelings, adapt to life’s changes, and thrive in the future with peace. We know that grieving can begin before the actual death and last longer than a few weeks or months.
- Home visits from grief specialists, chaplains, and volunteers
- One-on-one in-person counseling
- Support by phone
- Grief and loss support groups
- Kids Camps
- Memorial Services
- Monthly newsletter and educational materials
Millions of Americans are caregivers for disabled or sick adults. Caring for loved ones is a selfless task that requires a lot of time and attention. Caregiving requires sacrifices and increased responsibilities. Many caregivers ignore their own needs in their devotion to the care of their loved ones. This can lead to fatigue, burnout, and health problems.
At Sangre de Cristo Hospice & Palliative Care, our mission is to provide comfort, care, and compassion to caregivers. We host support groups and seminars in a number of our local communities and our speakers provide encouragement, address concerns, and offer ways caregivers can take care of themselves during this challenging time. This outreach service is at no cost to those who attend.
For more information about grief or caregiver services, call us at 719-542-0032.