Grief and bereavement
Loss can be overwhelming
Grief is a normal emotional response that can last for months after a loved one’s death. Grief is a normal and natural process that we all experience in response to a loss. For some, grief can result in major changes that can be difficult to navigate. The good news is that you do not need to walk alone on this journey. Participation in hospice services with Parkview is not a requirement to utilize bereavement support services.
If you recently lost someone – whether that person received hospice services from Parkview or not – you may participate in bereavement services. Services are available at no charge for more than 12 months after you experience loss.
Grief can come in many forms and no two people will grieve in exactly the same way. Bereavement support services are offered in several ways. Choose from these options:
- One-on-one counseling
- Family sessions
- Regularly held support group meetings located conveniently throughout the region
- Grief education programs and presentations
- Community grief education workshops for churches or organizations
- Memorial services
Individual or family sessions are currently available in Noble and LaGrange counties. To schedule, call 800-292-9894.
Meet with a grief counselor and others who have recently experienced a loss at a support group meeting. Groups meet for 10-week sessions January – March and September – November at a location near you.
Green Center United Methodist
2861 S 300 E
Albion, IN 46701
Angola Carnegie Public Library
322 S. Wayne Street
Angola, IN 46703
Parkview Center for Healthy Living
1234 E. Dupont Road, Suite 2
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
Kendallville Public Library
221 S Park Ave
Kendallville, IN 46755
First Presbyterian Church
200 W Michigan St.
LaGrange, IN 46761
For more information on a grief support group near you, contact the office Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. or call 260-373-9800 or 800-292-9894.