The grief you feel is real...
Others may try to comfort you, but the pain doesn't go away. You need to talk with someone who knows what you're going through...someone who can help. You are not alone...we are here...we care.
The CARE program is designed to provide support to families who are grieving the death of their loved one. We are aware that this is an emotional time for you and your needs are very special. We offer this website as a resource to you as you walk this difficult journey.
If you have questions, please call one of the following:
- CARE office: 909-558-7261 (for bereavement support and printed materials)
- Decedent Affairs office: 909-651-4104 (for details about mortuaries and autopsies)
Grief recovery groups
Loma Linda University Medical Center Chaplain Services conducts a series of virtual grief recovery seminars for individuals dealing with personal tragedies, including the death of a loved one. There is no fee and it is open to all who are interested. Sessions are held on Mondays at 6:00pm. Please contact Chaplain Services at 909-558-4000 ext. 44367 to register.
Camp Good Grief
Camp Good Grief is for children and teens 10 to 16 years old who have had a sibling or parent die. It provides the place and space for children and teens to
come together in an atmosphere of love and acceptance.
Helping you Understand Grief
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