Death of a loved one does not end the physical, spiritual and emotional burden for families and those closest to them. Grief and loss can impact lives long after a loved one has died. Hospice providers offer bereavement education and support to family members at no cost for a minimum of twelve months after the death of a loved one. This assistance often includes:

  • Individual or family supportive counseling for family members of all ages
  • Ongoing support groups specific to the type of loss experienced
  • Memorial services of remembrance
  • Educational seminars on coping with loss
  • Referrals to community resources that may benefit you

Resources from the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO):

Where Is Jewish End of Life Care Offered?

At Home

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Hospice Residences

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Inpatient Units

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