"We believe that grieving the loss of a loved one can be a process of healing. Our bereavement support program offers a balance of supportive sharing in a group setting and informational sessions on grief and bereavement"
When: First & third Thursday of the month at 10 am, and the second & fourth Thursday at 5:30 pm.
Where: The Community Room 3rd Floor, Rm 335 3300 Main Street Springfield, MA
Contact: Facilitated by a Spiritual Services team member. Phone: 413-794-2899
Beacon provides support and comfort to families and friends of patients and guide you through your personal grief, and help you copy with your loss. Beacon's approach to hospice care creates a patient and family environment of hope, comfort, and dignity. This approach continues throughout the bereavement process, with services and counselors to help families heal.
815 Worcester Street Indian Orchard MA 01151 Phone: 413-543-3133
AFSP makes the support group listings directory for suicide loss survivors available as a public service and does not run, recommend, endorse, or fund any of the groups listed. In addition, we do not monitor individual groups and only update information as it is made available to us by the facilitators and/or sponsoring organizations.
Please follow up with the listed contact to ensure their group is still active and confirm both meeting times and location.
Meeting Place: Forastiere-Smith Funeral Home 220 North Main Street East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01028
Meeting Time(s): The group meets continuously throughout the year. Meetings are held monthly on the third Monday of the month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Contact: Paul & Diana Lewis, 413-525-7752, email@example.com
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