Join us on the second Tuesday of every month to connect with other moms coping with child loss. Visit the MONTHLY GATHERING​ page

for information on upcoming meetings.

HELP AND HOPE AS YOU NAVIGATE

THE HOLIDAY SEASON


Wondering how you will survive the weeks surrounding Thanksgiving and Christmas? Are you dreading these holidays, knowing that everything has changed and that happy memories from past years can’t be recreated?

GriefShare's Surviving the Holidays seminar is especially for people who

are grieving a loved one’s death.

You’ll learn:


*How to deal with the many emotions you’ll face during the holidays

*What to do about traditions and other coming changes
*Helpful tips for surviving social events
*How to discover hope for your future

Welcome to a community of hope and healing.

Established in 1987, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death.


Although this year's International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day (Survivor Day) events may look different, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention still supports ISOSLD events around the world. Survivor Day is an event in which survivors of suicide loss come together to find connection, understanding, and hope through their shared experience. This year, International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day is Saturday, November 21, 2020.


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Monthly Gathering

If you are a mother who has lost a child,

you need not grieve alone.

We understand and are here for you!

Grieving the passing of a child can be a painful and lonely struggle. Working through such anguish requires tremendous effort through patience, faith and hope. Heavenly Hope and Healing assists bereaved mothers through this difficult period with support, encouragement and love; we apply the Word of God which gives insight, comfort and practical help. 

Heavenly Hope and Healing Following the Loss of a Child