Group to start April 12 at the Seasons of Hope Grief Center in Salmon Creek
VANCOUVER — Community Home Health & Hospice is offering a five-week, free grief support group for men at the Seasons of Hope Grief Center, 3102 NE 134th Street, Vancouver.
The group meets Fridays at 9 a.m. for coffee, from April 12–May 10. It is facilitated by Chaplain Joel Whiteside, with more than 15 years of experience leading grief groups, and Rick Sievers, assistant bereavement coordinator.
This new grief support group is for men who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Men grieve uniquely and our experienced staff are here to help. Join a small group of men to gain a deeper understanding of the grieving process and to help move towards a “new normal.” A men’s grief support group provides an opportunity for men to talk with one another about their own grief experience in a welcoming, comfortable and healing environment. Grief support groups are open to anyone who has lost a loved one, not just those touched by hospice. Registration is requested, (360) 270-2327 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Community Home Health & Hospice
Community Home Health & Hospice is an independent, community-based nonprofit healthcare agency serving the healthcare needs of Washington and Oregon families since 1977. Their services include home care personal services, home health, home hospice, in-patient hospice care and bereavement services. Every day, they care for 775 patients throughout Clark, Cowlitz, and Wahkiakum Counties in Washington and Columbia County in Oregon. Community Home Health & Hospice’s mission is to bring peace of mind to patients and their families by providing compassionate, dignified, collaborative, and patient-focused home healthcare and hospice. They have received recognition for nine years as a HomeCare Elite top agency.
For more information, visit www.chhh.org.