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Upcoming Programs and Events

 

Fall Programming at Mourning Hope

10-Week Family Grief Support Group

A ten-week family grief support program for children going into kindergarten through high school age and their caregivers who have experienced the death of someone significant.  Participants will explore their grief through art, play, and group discussion.  Caregivers attend group to both receive grief support, as well as psycho-education regarding children’s grief behaviors and how to respond.  The group meets Monday or Tuesday nights this fall.  Monday night group meets weekly, September 11-November 20, 6:30-8pm. The Tuesday night group meets weekly, October 3-December 19, 6:30-8pm.  The program is free to participants, but you must register in advance via the link below.  Contact Caitlin Mason, Program Director, with questions at 402-488-8989 or email cmason@mourninghope.org

Register here.

Young Adult Group

4-week Young Adult group to begin…

Mourning Hope will offer a four-week grief support group open to individuals ages 18-30 something that are experiencing grief after a death.  

The will meet at “The Bay” beginning October 26 from 7-8:30 and runs for four weeks.  The group is free, but you must pre-register to participate.

 Register here.

Become a grief group facilitator!

Mourning Hope is looking for compassionate, dedicated people willing to become volunteer grief facilitators for our 10-week family grief support program!   Our next training is October 12, 13, 14!  Check out our flyer for details!

 

Has your child experienced a death of someone close?
Join Mourning Hope Grief Center for our next 10 Week Family Grief Support Group which begins:
Tuesday Nights, October 3, 6:30-8pm
This support  group is open to new families, but also available for anyone who has already attended a 10-week session. Families are invited to participate in Mourning Hope’s programs following the death of someone significant in their lives – a sibling, parent, grandparent or friend. Activities are designed to help youth express themselves through art, games, and dramatic play, while the adult caregivers learn strategies to support their bereaved children and process their own grief.
Whether the death was sudden or anticipated, recent or many years ago, Mourning Hope welcomes you to join our support group series which is offered at no-cost to participants. These groups enable both youth and their caregivers to develop healthy coping skills and work through the complex emotions associated with the death of someone close to them. Most importantly, children and teens will recognize that they are not alone in their grief.
 
Register online for either upcoming session.