17 JUN 2022

Several Support Groups Continue

NorthBay Hospice & Bereavement has launched a session for bereavement support.
NorthBay Hospice & Bereavement has launched a session for bereavement support.

NorthBay Hospice & Bereavement has launched a session for bereavement support — “Journey Through Grief” — that began June 14.

Two other support groups — one for adults and one for youth — continue in virtual sessions. An Adult Grief Support Group meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 10 a.m. A Youth Grief Group, for those ages 12 to 17, is held the second and fourth Thursdays at 4 p.m. These meetings are for youth who have lost a loved one to death and need extra support.

To register for the Adult or the Youth Support Group, call the Bereavement office at (707) 646-3517. Adults, parents and guardians must provide an email address to receive the meeting’s Zoom link and passcode. There is no obligation to attend, but pre-registration is required.

The “Journey Through Grief” session runs through Aug. 16. The 10-week series will be held on Tuesdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m., and it focuses on healing and learning about grief. Each participant must have been bereaved, or in mourning, for three months before beginning the class.

Each session is facilitated by a grief therapist and is offered free of charge to the people of Solano County. The class is limited to 12 people.

For questions, call the Bereavement office at (707) 646-3517.

 

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