Programs and Services

Everyone grieves.
Which is why we welcome all individuals, regardless of race, gender, and/or identity.
We can heal together.

Our Philosophy

Our goal is to provide a safe place where you can talk about your loss, share your story, and express your grief.

Some individuals and families contact us in the days or weeks following a loss, but it is also normal to do so months, or years after the loss.

Peer support is a priority in our services – an opportunity for you to meet others who are currently experiencing or have experienced a significant loss similar to yours.

Through your involvement, we want you to feel less alone, learn that grief is a normal response to loss and find ways to cope with your grief.

 Not sure if peer support is right for you? Complete this brief self-assessment to find out!


Current Support Options

Updated May 2024

– Adult Sibling Loss Peer Support Group (Virtual)

– Partner/Spousal Loss Peer Support Group (Virtual)

– Sudden Child Loss Peer Support Group (In-person) 

– Moms Child Loss Peer Support Group (In-person)

– Suicide Loss Peer Support Group (Virtual)

– One-to-one Peer Support – General, any loss (Virtual)

– One-to-one Peer Support for Grieving Moms (Virtual or In-Person) 


Please email our Program Coordinator at [email protected] if you have questions or to complete an intake.



Yes I’d like support…

Alternatively, you can email [email protected] or call and leave a message at 519-686-1573.

We also encourage individuals to sign up for our e-newsletter or follow us on social media to receive updates about our programs and services.

Group Presentations

Our Program Coordinator Elizabeth is available to host community presentations for groups. Typically this will involve a 30-45 minute presentation about our organization, programs and services, plus time for discussion / question & answer.

For more information, please email [email protected].