Adult Grief Care Resources, Support Groups and Classes

 

Specialized and educational information, articles, links, tools and more designed to help provide guidance and direction when you are touched by grief, either personally or through a family member or friend.

 

If you would like additional assistance through one-on-one or group support, our Grief Care specialists are available. Please call (509) 783-7416 or email us if you have questions or are in need of additional support.

Grief Support Groups and Classes

Grief Support Groups and Classes

Grief support groups and classes are available. View the list of all offered classes here.

Adult Grief Resources

The Griefwords Online Library

A library of grief resources from Griefwords.com

These resources are brought to you by the Center for Loss and Life Transition by Dr. Alan Wolfelt, Ph.D., Director

What the Newly Bereaved Should Know

An article from What’s Your Grief

 “Hello to the newly bereaved. I’m sorry to meet you here in the place where loved ones leave you — a place where no one wants to be. If this is your first time here, you may find it darker, foggier, and more frightening than you expected…”

How to Support Someone Grieving When You Can't Be With Them

An article from What’s Your Grief

“Grief is always isolating. And if you have a friend or family member who has lost a loved one during this time, they are probably feeling that even more deeply. Knowing how to support someone…”

Grief Coping Alternatives for When You’re Stuck at Home

An article from What’s Your Grief

“Being confined to the house isn’t all that bad… But I could do without being stuck inside my head. Especially between the hours of 10 PM and 2 AM, when my body wants to rest, but my brain isn’t having it…”

Hope for the Holidays

A presentation from Chaplaincy Health Care

To help those grieving deal with the stress, loneliness, and confusion of the holiday season.

“I’ve learned that I’m not going crazy.”

“I was comforted to know that my not feeling good is normal, okay and [it’s] important to embrace how I am feeling. It’s been very helpful to be able to talk about my husband and what happened and how much I miss him.”