I’m grieving. Can you help?
When a loved one dies, families, friends and caregivers embark on a journey that can be long, lonely and confusing. You may experience a range of emotions, from sadness to anger to guilt. You may respond physically, finding it difficult to sleep or eat. You may become depressed. And you may feel alone.
Understanding the bereavement process and recognizing how grief may be affecting your life may be important to you. If you need help, we are here.
Midwest CareCenter offers individual bereavement counseling and a number of grief support groups. Consider taking advantage of these services—available to adults, teens and children. They provide a nonjudgmental and confidential safe haven where you can work through your grief in different ways and take steps toward healing.
Because these services are supported by donations, there is no cost to you for grief support services.