We recognize that the role of caregiver for a loved one who is terminally ill can be both emotionally and physically exhausting. The following services are offered to help support the grief and the challenges that accompany care giving.
Professional Referrals are welcome. Please review our Professional Referral Guidelines
The Caregivers Forum is designed to anyone charged or entrusted with the responsibility of caregiving. Held quarterly, it is open to professional caregivers, as well as those providing care to family, friends or clients across a broad spectrum of needs that include chronic or life-threatening illnesses to caring for and accompanying others through their personal experience of grief. Learn More
1:1 Peer Support
Caregivers who are serving a loved one who is terminally ill may benefit from individual support from a trained volunteer peer counselor. One-on-one weekly meetings are scheduled at the mutual convenience of the individual and the peer counselor. Learn More
Drop-In Group Peer Support
Drop-in groups are for adults who are grieving any type of death or an anticipated death. These groups, facilitated by trained volunteers, offer an opportunity to share experiences in a safe, supportive environment. Learn More
It was very good to be able to stop and focus on the toll that caregiving has had on my life. I needed the group last week. Thank you for providing the Forum.