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Helpful Sites For Our Families
Grief is a feeling that everybody deals with in an individual way. How one person deals with their grief, may not feel right and proper to somebody else. We are here to help you in any way that we can.
Above, you will find links to articles that are intended to help families to deal with their feelings of grief.
The links that are listed below to both local and national support groups.
Founded by local author Brook Noel, Grief Steps started with the idea of creating a continuing and caring support system—the type of which her readers had been asking for and that she herself had sought after experiencing her own sudden loss. Her goal has been to develop a series of books that recognize everyone grieves differently and at different paces. The result is a comprehensive series of books and a 24/7 online support group that is available and easily accessible for anyone experiencing bereavement or loss. She resides in Fredonia with her husband and daughter.
St. Mary's Hospital Ozaukee Grief Support Group
A local grief support group that meets at St. Mary's Hospital Ozaukee in Mequon.
Organization to help families with loved ones who face life altering diseases.
Center For Loss
The Center For Loss was started by Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt. It is a organization dedicated to furthering our understanding of grief.
The Compassionate Friends assists families in the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child and to provide information to help others be supportive.
Journey of Hearts
Journey of Hearts is designed to be a place for resources and support to help those in the grief process following a loss or a significant life change. This is a process that does not occur over night, it may take weeks, months, years, or even a life time--depending on the person and the type of loss.
Survivors Of Suicide (SOS)
A national support group who are dedicated to helping the survivors of a suicide cope with their loss.
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