Grief support groups are free and open to the community. Groups are held at our various offices. Some groups require registration, and groups are subject to change. Please call 216.486.6838 for time and location. We offer adult support groups, art therapy programs and groups for children and families.
View our winter 2013 support groups schedule here.
Circle of Hope
A six-week education group for adults who have had a loved one die.
A four-week support group for parents coping with the death of an adult child.
Hope and Healing
An on-going monthly support group for adults grieving the death of a loved one.
For the Young Adult
An on-going monthly grief support group for adults in their early 20s.
Branches of Hope
A six-week group for adults who have experienced the death of both parents.
A monthly support group for young widows and widowers (age 55 and younger).
A monthly support group for widows and widowers of any age.
A monthly support group for older adults.
Parent Loss Group
A monthly group for adults adjusting to life after the death of a parent.
To help cope with stress, anxiety and fatigue. Call to schedule an appointment.
Weekly yoga class to help you tune into yourself and take care of your physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Art Therapy Series
Closed weekly groups with a variety of themes such as scrap booking, art for relaxation and journal making.
Healing Art Workshops
One-night workshops that provide adults with a creative outlet for their grief.
View our Healing Arts Workshops:
*Funded in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
A six week support group for grieving children ages 6-12. Children and adults meet separately.
Bereavement Day Camps
One day and 3-day bereavement camps for grieving children ages 6-12.
Holidays and special events for families that include creative activities to honor and commemorate the deceased loved one
Click here to find our Grief Discussion Groups, a forum where you can share your stories, express your feelings and receive coping tips from others who are grieving and the professionals at the Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Bereavement Center.