Grief Services / Grief Support Groups

Snowline provides grief support services

As a service to the community, Snowline offers support to our hospice families and anyone (including children) in the community who has experienced the death of a family member during the last 18 months.

 

Living With Grief

Offered throughout the year in the morning and evenings.  This 8-week series for adults focuses on grief support and education.  No one new is added to the group after the second session.

For dates and times VIEW INFORMATION CARD

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Healing All Together (HAT)

This group provides activities and information to meet the unique needs of school-age children, teens and their families who have lost a significant person in their lives.  Group runs September – May and meets every other Thursday with holiday exceptions. 

Children's Group: VIEW INFORMATION CARD

For additional information, please call the Manager of Bereavement Services (530) 621-7820 or (916) 817-2338

 

Spouse / Significant Other

This group focuses on grief support and education for people grieving the loss of a spouse or significant other.  It is an opportunity to share with others and to learn coping strategies to help heal grief.

For dates and times VIEW INFORMATION CARD

For additional information, please call the Manager of Bereavement Services (530) 621-7820 or (916) 817-2338

 

Surviving the Winter Holidays

Support that helps the grieving deal with the special challenges of the winter holidays, Groups are available seasonally. 

Surviving The Holidays Support Groups

Evening Series:

Monday Evenings from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

November 13 – December 18, 2017

Afternoon Series:

Tuesday Afternoons from 1:00 PM- 2:30 PM

November 14 – December 19, 2017

       

 

General Information

All groups are limited in size and pre-registration is required. For more information, or to enroll in a group, call the Manager of Bereavement Services at (530) 621-7820 or 916-817-2338. There is no charge for groups, although donations are always appreciated.

 Groups meeting location:

Snowline In-home Patient Services Building
6520 Pleasant Valley Road
Diamond Springs, CA 95619

Map to Snowline Hospice  

Additional Services

Snowline provides educational and informational materials, referrals, pamphlets, books and other resources about grief for all ages.

FEE:  No Charge. To help defray group expenses, donations are always appreciated.

Snowline:

"You helped to bring comfort and peace during Dick’s last months of life and a huge relief because his death was so peaceful with family present. Our prayers go with you as you care for others."

Sincerely,

The Molina Family

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