Healing Hearts Bereavement Support
After the loss of a loved one, coping with daily living can be hard. Knowing you are not alone in your difficult journey can make all the difference. Through generous community donations, Haven offers Healing Hearts grief support in 18 counties across Florida as a community service. For more information on these programs and services, call 1.844.544.4836.
Bereavement Support — Haven offers individual, family and group bereavement support, as well as educational programs for anyone who has experienced a loss. One-on-one, group and virtual grief support is available. Please contact Haven so we can help you find assistance that meets your needs. All bereavement support is available to anyone in the community, and there is no charge for any of our services thanks to generous contributions to Haven. Donations are always welcome.
If you or someone you know needs grief support, we will be your Haven. If you are interested in Haven bereavement support, please call the phone number listed below between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. We will need your name, phone number and email address (if your have one) and we’ll get you log-in details. Thank you!
Middleburg – Conviva Care Center
New Beginnings Grief Support Group
Haven’s New Beginnings Grief Support Group will begin meeting in August 2021 at the E.T. York Hospice Care Center in Gainesville. This group is intended to serve the newly bereaved. Attendees will learn skills for coping with the stress and pain of living through the grief process in a safe, emotionally supportive environment. If you are interested in attending this in-person support group, please call 1.844.LIGHTEN and leave a message for our bereavement team.
Haven is offering a support group for those who have lost a loved one to COVID-19 or anyone who is having difficulty related to the pandemic. If you or someone you know is interested in participating, please email CommunityResources@BeYourHaven.org.
Holiday Grief Support
Many find it difficult to enjoy familiar activities or family traditions during the holiday season because of grief. They may not be prepared to deal with the emotional and physical aspects of grief, which can make getting through the holiday season challenging. Haven wants to offer you some helpful guidelines on how to prepare for the approaching holidays: “Caring for Ourselves Through the Holidays.”