Support for family, caregivers, and friends.

The emotional toll of caring for and living with someone with an advanced illness is an ongoing process and the effect on families and caregivers does not end when a loved one dies. The hospice bereavement team provides support for family, caregivers and friends involved in caring for the individual. This support starts during care and continues after through our bereavement program.

Pacific Coast Hospice Bereavement staff and volunteers offer a variety of grief services to those we serve and to the community at large.

  • Grief Support Group — meets quarterly, available free of charge to anyone.

  • Bereavement Counseling Telephone Calls

  • Bereavement Mailings — helpful strategies for coping with loss.

If you need assistance with grief or loss, please give us a call and we’ll put you in touch with a grief specialist.

Grief Support Group

Our Grief Support Group meets quarterly. While we typically meet in a Resort Meeting Room, during times of Social Distancing the Support Group will be held online.

Learn more and RSVP griefsupportgroup@pchusa.org

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, September 8, 2020.