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Grief Support Resources

Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult experiences a person can go through. The period of grief many faces after the death of someone they know can take weeks, months, or even years. Coping with your emotions can be especially hard during this time. However, you don’t have to go through it alone. There are a variety of resources you can reach out to in your time of need who are ready, willing and able to help you. Read on to learn about the several places you can go for grief support in Northeast Ohio and beyond.

1. Lake Geauga Recovery Centers (LGRC)

LGRC offers a grief support group specifically for people who have lost a loved one due to drug or alcohol addiction. Lake Geauga Recovery Centers knows that losing someone to addiction is different, and therefore the grieving process can be different. They can provide you with licensed counselors and peers who have been through similar experiences, helping you cope with your grief.

2. Cleveland Clinic

The Clinic offers both individual and group services during your period of bereavement. They also provide several different approaches to dealing with grief, such as spiritual care and health and wellness services. There are also a variety of grief education opportunities the Cleveland Clinic provides, helping you better understand what you are feeling and why.

3. Grief Support Services

Grief Support Services provides a one-year gift subscription to one of their newsletters, which focus on managing grief after the loss of a loved one. These newsletters offer information on dealing with bereavement, words of encouragement and general advice. Grief Support Services is a gentle, subdued way of offering a helping hand to those who are dealing with loss.

4. AARP

If you were the caregiver of a family member who has recently passed away, AARP understands that this can be an extremely difficult time. Their site offers unique information and advice for caregivers, such as how to deal with feeling relief after death and how to write a proper eulogy. Their resources cater to the often overlooked population of family members or spouses who are dealing with the death of someone they love after taking care of them for a period of time.

You don’t have the face the loss of a loved one on your own. Contact one of the resources above if you’re struggling with grief after death. Click here to learn more about our services and our resources.