2020 Upcoming Programs

All programs are hosted at the Mourning Hope Grief Center at 4919 Baldwin Avenue unless otherwise noted. Because Mourning Hope will be relocating to our new permanent facility in 2020, additional program dates will be released quarterly.

Adult Grief Support Group

February 17 - April 6 | Mondays
Session I: 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Session II: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Session III: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The Adult Grief Support Group is a new 8-week pilot group just for bereaved adults (30s and up.) Each person grieves in their own way, and at their own pace. But by joining with others who have also experienced the death of someone significant, we can offer support and learn from one another as we move toward healing.

This group provides an opportunity to understand your grief, and find hope and healing. You will learn healthy ways to cope, and feel support from others who are experiencing the same ups and downs of this journey. Discussion will be facilitated by grief support professionals, and will be based on the book, "Understanding Your Grief" by Dr. Alan Wolfelt (provided for attendees.)

Family Grief Support Group

March 19 - May 21 | Thursdays
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The Family Grief Support Group is geared toward supporting any youth, ages kindergarten through high school senior that has experienced a significant death in their lives. Caregivers are required to attend a separate group that runs congruently with youth groups, where adults receive education on how to support a grieving child, as well as grief support themselves. 

Participants will take part in 10 nights of small groups with peers who have also had significant death(s) in their lives. The support group helps youth process grief experiences through discussion, art, and dramatic play, in a peer group setting. 

Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group

Meets monthly on Tuesdays
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

March 31
April 28
May 19

The Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group is a monthly group to support those who have experienced the suicide death of someone significant in their lives. Participants will take part in small groups divided by age. Adults, teens and children (ages kindergarten and up) are welcome to attend.

- You may attend as an individual or as a family.
- School-aged children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
- Children under the age of five (5) are not permitted to attend.
- Children must be aware that the cause of death was suicide prior to attending.

Registration is free, and all snacks and supplies are provided: