Grief and Bereavement Support
If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, you may feel very much alone. Our hospice bereavement support can help. We welcome not only our hospice families, but anyone from the community who desires support.
Hope may be something you are struggling with right now. It may feel as if hope and normalcy will never again be a part of your life. Please know, hope is possible.
There is no charge for any of our services. You may contact us at email@example.com.
Our trained staff chaplains are available to provide spiritual care and support services to patients and family members, no matter your religious beliefs.
The chaplain will respect your way of life and will encourage you to resolve any issues that are causing difficulty for you or your family.
They provide guidance and counsel in:
- Spiritual support
- Compassionate listening
- Care without judgment or advice
- Help in preparing for death
- Help in memorial service planning
- Grief counseling
Grief support is available to patients and families while they are living with illness and to family members for 13 months after their loved one dies.
UNC Hospice also offers grief support and counseling to the community. Our support groups, workshops, and memorial services are open to all persons.
Grief Support Groups
Groups are held periodically throughout the year in both Chapel Hill and Pittsboro. They typically run 8 consecutive weeks. Many of our bereaved clients find them helpful because they meet with others with whom they can truly share their thoughts and feelings. Each person’s grief is unique, but group members share many commonalities that give them solace and strength.
Annual Memorial Service
Once a year, families come together to remember and honor their loved ones. Held at a community facility, UNC Hospice leads a service to remember and reflect on our loved ones.
If you are interested in any of the above services or activities, please contact us at (984) 215 – 2650.