Grief is a natural response to loss. It is the painful process of life change when someone you love is dying or has died. As you work to find new meaning in a world without the physical presence of your loved one, our bereavement services offer you assistance and support. These programs offer a safe space for all individuals regardless of age, race, creed, disability, family and marital status, gender identity, gender expression, receipt of public assistance, record of offences, sex, or sexual orientation.
Though we think of grief as something that happens after a death, it often begins long before death arrives. Once death is on the horizon, even just as a possibility, it is natural that we begin to grieve. Anticipatory grief support offers assistance to individuals who are facing the impending loss of a loved one.
These custom sessions involve up to 4 meetings with a trained Hospice Orillia volunteer to explore grief on a personal as well as universal level. Volunteers are also available for community and home visits.
A weekly group that provides individuals who are dealing with the loss of a loved one with an opportunity to meet and share with others who are also grieving. This group has something for all, regardless of experiences or identity.
*If you are interested in attending this group, or for more information, please contact us at 705-325-0505 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Navigating the Wilderness of Grief’ is an 8-week bereavement support group that provides an opportunity for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one, to learn from and share with others as they move through their grief journey.
Are you adjusting to life without your loved one? Would you like to meet new people on a similar journey and engage in mutual support and acceptance? Join us every Thursday morning at 10:00am outside of the Orillia Curling Club at Tudhope Park.
Have you experienced an overdose related loss of a loved one? Are you are looking for a safe, supportive environment to share with others on a similar journey?
We now offer sessions for those going through grieving related to overdose, please contact us today to find out more.
Hospice Orillia has a selection of books and videos pertaining to bereavement, including books for children of all ages. These items can be borrowed on a one-month basis and are available to everyone in our community.
For more information, contact us at email@example.com or call 705-325-0505 ext.209