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It's about healing.

Bereavement counselors are available for 13 months after the death of your loved one for your support and guidance.  You are encouraged to share your thoughts and ideas out loud to help you understand the meaning and effect of your loss.  Talk about your painful feelings (anger, despair, etc) to help reduce their intensity.  Reminisce about your loved one to help you remember the life and transition you shared together.  Discuss all the changes you are going through in order to understand and transition to a new beginning.

Most people find the best support comes from those who have experienced a similar loss. A support group is an excellent place to find shared losses and experiences. Bereavement Counselors are also available for individual support and counseling, if needed.



Our open grief support groups are offered to the entire community at no cost.

2nd and 4th Mondays, 11am to 12pm 

1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 5:30pm to 6:30pm

No reservations needed.

Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, we will practice social distancing.

A mask is suggested before and after group when participants may be moving about.


Each November, Columbus Hospice sponsors

"Hope for the Holidays," a grief and loss program

for those in the community who have experienced

the death of a loved one, recently or years ago.

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