Hope in Comfort & Grief Program
Caring Connections offers a variety of grief support groups throughout the year. Each of our support groups help you cope with a different kind of loss. The groups are eight weeks in length and are facilitated by expert clinicians in the fields of social work, nursing, counseling, and psychology.
We use small groups to allow each person to fully participate in the group discussion. The groups help you adjust to the death of a family member or close friend.
Through education and support from group leaders, and by sharing with others who are experiencing grief, we hope you will grow in your walk through grief.
Please contact us with questions about grief and loss, grief support groups, referral to grief counseling, educational programs and materials, or to receive our newsletter.
Caring Connections is a hope and comfort in grief program that was established in 1997 by Beth Cole, PhD. We are a program of the University of Utah College of Nursing.
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- Oct 27, 2014