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Bereavement Support

Offering you comfort and support during one of life’s most difficult experiences, the loss of a loved one.

We offer:

  • One-to-one support through our Bereavement Peer Support program
  • Resource centre (including lending library)
  • Information on the grieving process
  • Support groups

 

Client Stories

Pat finds a way to move forward after the death of her daughter, with the help of her Bereavement Peer Support volunteer, Gail.

 

Bereavement Peer Support

Our Bereavement Peer Support program assists in normalizing your experience of grief and loss, and provides an opportunity for you to talk about your loss and share your story in a safe, non-judgmental space one-on-one with a specially trained volunteer. Meetings between you and your volunteer can take place in your home or in another mutually agreed upon location.

Online referral form for this program

Volunteer application for this program

To access the program, please contact the Program Coordinator in your area at 905-827-8800 or 1-800-387-7127:
Burlington: Dee Kearns x2313
Oakville: Carole LaTour x2312
Milton and Halton Hills: Melinda Brown, x2320

 

 

Spousal Support Groups

You’ll have the opportunity to meet others who’ve lost a loved one, share experiences, and explore ways to move through your grief – all in a caring and understanding atmosphere.

Support groups run year round in the Halton area. Times and locations are determined based on the needs of the participants.

To access the program, please contact the Program Coordinator in your area at 905-827-8800 or 1-800-387-7127:
Burlington: Dee Kearns x2313
Oakville: Carole LaTour x2312
Milton and Halton Hills: Mary Schnurr, x2319

 

Thank You

Bereavement support program generously supported by:

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