The loss of a loved one is a significant event in the lives of every family member. For us at Faith Presbyterian Hospice, it is a privilege not only to have had a role in the weeks and months prior to a loved one’s passing, but to continue to play a supportive role in the ongoing grieving process. We know that communicating with friends and relatives, tending to legal and financial duties, and just coming to terms with your own feelings can prove overwhelming during the early phases of your grief.
Grief is a process, and it takes time to adjust to life without your loved one. But even as one person’s journey comes to an end, others must carry on, and Faith Presbyterian Hospice is here with continuing support.
To provide help for grief and bereavement during the first year after the death of a loved one, we call, send letters, and offer support through a robust volunteer program of in-home visitation. We also offer a host of bereavement resources, including monthly support groups designed to help people find strength through their grief journey. Our approach is holistic—addressing emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. This care is available not only at the time of a loved one’s passing, but also after the death, for as long as needed, when families are grieving the loss of that person.
We recognize that children are particularly vulnerable and need to express their concerns, anxieties and fears. Faith Presbyterian Hospice is unique in having trained Child Life Specialists, social workers, and bereavement coordinators on our team. They provide additional calls and visits, employing play therapy and music, and continue to work with the children for as long as they’re needed. These professionals also help you, as a parent or grandparent, understand and better cope with what your child is going through.
For family members needing help for grief and bereavement, our monthly and weekly support groups help participants better understand the grieving process, encouraging them to share their unique experience of loss and to find comfort and healing in remembering and honoring their loved ones.
Camp Faith is a free one-day event that allows children, grandchildren and their surviving parents and grandparents to express their grief in a safe, secure environment, and to develop creative ways to heal after the loss of a loved one.
Faith Kids is a free monthly support group for children ages 3 to 18. The peer-to-peer support of other children who have suffered a loss has proven invaluable in helping kids become stronger and grieve in healthier ways.
If you’d like to learn more about Faith Presbyterian Hospice, fill out this form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
To speak to someone about grief support resources, please call (972) 239-5300.
12477 Merit Drive
Dallas, TX 75251
Phone: (972) 239-5300