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 of the difference. Through generous donations from community members, Haven Hospice is able to offer Healing Hearts—grief support programs in 18 counties of North Florida as a community service. For more information on any of these programs or services, please call 1.844.LIGHTEN.
Click here for a calendar of groups and programs in our eastern service area or click here for a calendar of groups and programs in our western service area.
Counseling and Education — Haven Hospice offers individual, family and group bereavement counseling with clinical, licensed social workers as well as support groups and educational programs for anyone in the community who has experienced a loss.
Memorial Services—To honor the lives of family, friends and loved ones, we host Love and Remembrance services in spring and fall.
Camp Safe Haven—Supported by Haven’s staff of professionals and volunteers, Camp Safe Haven provides children, teens and families with fun and therapeutic activities to help them work through their feelings of grief.
Coping with the Holidays Workshops - For those who've lost a loved one the holidays can be overwhelming. At Haven, we want to help you thgouth the difficulties of this season by providing information and strategies that may bering you some comfort during this time.
Workplace Counseling and Support—Supporting employees who are dealing with grief, loss, a life-limiting illness, or serving as caregivers, can be a challenge. Haven Hospice can help, and we invite you to call on us as a resource for counseling services and educational programs.
Helping employees with family concerns has proven to lower unscheduled absences, reduce the number of benefit claims and increase productivity.
Haven Hospice can offer these counseling and support programs and services at your worksite:
- Coping with Grief and Loss in the Workplace
- Working Caregivers: Balancing Two Full-Time Jobs
- Life Planning: Documents You Shouldn’t Live Without