Grief is overwhelmingly difficult for everyone, regardless of their age. But when a death loss occurs in a young adult’s life, it comes at a time that is already challenging. Learning to live independently, developing significant relationships and deciding on a career path are just a few of the many adjustments that are already taking place during this time of their life.
This July, Mourning Hope will offer four grief support group sessions for those between the ages of 19 and 30(ish). The group will meet each Thursday night from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Mourning Hope Grief Center (4919 Baldwin Avenue). The four-night session will begin on Thursday, July 10 and end on Thursday, July 31.
Whether you are single, married, experienced the death of a family member, coworker or friend, Mourning Hope invites you to participate in this supportive event for young adults.
The young adult group will provide an opportunity for bereaved individuals to meet with other people struggling with the prodigious range of emotions experienced following the death of a loved one. In a casual, safe, non-judgmental environment, individuals will be invited to share their personal experiences with grief, ask questions of the group, and provide support for the other participants.
The grief support program is provided free-of-charge, but participants must pre-register. To register, contact Mourning Hope at 402.488.8989 or email@example.com.