We recognize that it is important to heal the physical body and equally important to care for the mind. Entire well-being and peace for individuals is our purpose.
All individuals will grieve during their lifetime.
We will grieve the loss of a loved one, a pet, a child leaving home, or possibly a failed relationship. While the pain never leaves completely, most individuals will achieve a new sense of normal in time. The grieving process can place a strain on our relationships and/or our physical well-being and this is when grief resources can assist you with the process of healing.
To accomplish our mission in 2006 we expanded our care and services to add elements that would assist the community achieve wellness.
One aspect to reach that goal was to offer tangible services for the families of those we cared for in the last days of their lives. While our primary purpose was to assist our families, we serve anyone in the community who comes to us.
Grief Resources are a hopeful response to loss.
We believe that the word “Resource” implies solution and hope that there is help available, that tomorrow can be better than today. We therefore describe our offerings as Grief Resources.
We offer counselling, groups, a library, a newsletter, seminars and more.
All of our services are provided free of cost. It is the dedicated businesses of this community that make this care available to those who seek it.
Read our blog post covering the "10 Risks We Encounter on Our Journey with Grief."
"This is Some Risky Stuff"
by Pete Reinl
"Several years ago my nephew gave up a full time job, and all the benefits that go with it, to pursue a life-long dream of immersing himself into music. Incredibly risky, three years later he owns and operates a successful online guitar lesson business and has published two acoustic guitar albums which are relatively popular..."