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Bereavement

Talbot Hospice Bereavement Center

The Talbot Hospice Bereavement Center offers individual and family consultation as well as a number of support groups that meet on a regular basis.  Our services are offered without charge and there is no requirement for your loved one to have been a hospice patient. We offer our bereavement services to anyone, regardless of county of residence. Talking with others who are experienced with loss and grief can be helpful.

 

Grief Support for Adults-Beginning July 1, 2021 all support groups will be meeting in-person.

When someone dies, feelings of loss and grief may consume your life. Talbot Hospice offers private and group counseling that may assist and guide in the process needed for healing.

Talking with others and accepting their help may be difficult, but there is no substitute for the support of others. Each bereavement situation is unique because no one else has had the same relationship with the person who has died. Tears, anger, sadness, fear and guilt are all normal expressions of grief. Group meetings where you are able “tell your story” may be beneficial as others may share a similar experience. The support groups at Talbot Hospice are offered in a compassionate setting where privacy is respected.

You have a right to grieve. Every person grieves in their own way and in their own time. For more information about grief support please contact the Bereavement Office at 410-822-6681, ext. 116 or email info@talbothospice.org.
 

Grief Support for Children & Teens-Beginning July 1, 2021 all support groups will be meeting in-person.

Working in conjunction with public and private schools, the Talbot Hospice Bereavement Center offers a bereavement program that supports grieving children and teens. Counseling is open to all students regardless of where they attend school. Bereavement sessions often take place right in the familiar school setting which offers a relaxed and secure setting. Our bereavement coordinator will arrange the appropriate counseling after talking with the school counselor.

Grief is a very individualized process. Our well trained staff and volunteers work with children in a manner which is respectful of each unique situation. Children often grow through grief when love, care, and support are offered in a comfortable setting.   

Please contact the office for more information: 410-822-6681 or info@talbothospice.org.

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