Anticipating or experiencing the death of a loved one can put us through some of the most difficult times we will ever encounter. While the feelings of sadness and loss associated with the passing of a loved one are normal, they are still very painful.

Grief is a process. As you work through the stages of anticipation, grief and mourning, you may find yourself needing additional support or wanting to reach out to others. Know that you are not alone. Let’s connect about working through grief and loss together.

Call Social Worker & Bereavement Coordinator Lisa Schiemann at 651-430-3320 or join us for a grief support group or educational session.

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Weathering Life’s Losses – Adult Grief Group

A six-week grief group for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Facilitated by trained and trusted volunteers with a presentation and discussion each week. This six-session series meets weekly on Thursday evenings from 6-7:15PM, registration required.

Kids & Teens in Grief Support Group

A grief support group for children (5-18) who have experienced the death of a loved one. Through participation in a support program with trained facilitators, kids, teens and caregivers alike learn they are not alone in coping with the painful reality of death.Six-session series are offered three times annually on Thursday evenings from 6-7:15PM. Call for upcoming session dates, registration required.

Spouse/Partner Loss Support & Education Group

A grief support group for those who have lost a spouse or a significant other. Facilitated by Lakeview Hospice Bereavement Coordinator Lisa Schiemann and volunteer Laurie Sherburne. This group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 3:30-5PM.