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Life beyond loss

Grief is our natural way of coping with a loss. But often, we need help recognizing the power of healthy grieving, and help finding the ability to move forward with our grief to eventually reinvest in life.  UpliftedCare has helped many people through their grief journey and our services are available to anyone in the community who is grieving a loss – completely free of charge.

UpliftedCare’s bereavement counselors are highly skilled and specially trained to assist those who have suffered a loss as they journey through the grief process. The bereavement programs are open to families of hospice patients as well as other grieving members of the community.

The Community Grief Center

The Community Grief Center is a safe place of support, encouragement and healing. Our dedicated counselors provide expert grief support to individuals of all ages.

Our services and events are designed to help bring hope, comfort and healing while providing the opportunity to share personal experiences and feelings with others who understand.

Through one-on-one counseling, support groups and activities that encourage creative expression and conversation, we can reach people who are struggling, not matter the stage or type of grief. The Grief Center also supports our larger community including schools, business and other organizations impacted by loss.

We treat the whole person – mind, body and spirit, with focus on returning to a place of peace and wholeness.

Our Services:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Family Support Groups
  • Children’s Bereavement
  • Music Therapy
  • Art & Play Therapy
  • Grief Information Sessions
  • Yoga & Meditation
  • Healing Garden

Bereavement Events:

  • Candlelight Memorial Service
  • Tree of Life & Memorial Garden Ceremony
  • Stories of the Season Holiday Event

To schedule an appointment with one of our bereavement counselors or more information about upcoming events or grief support groups, please call our office at 815.939.4141 and ask to speak to Angie Nowak, Bereavement Intake Coordinator.