Grief Loss & Support Group
Thursdays 1-2:30pm MST - Via Zoom. Begins June 17th & runs through July 29th*.
Find understanding, education and support in this six-week virtual group. Hosted by Agape Bereavement counselors and open to any experiencing any type of loss.
*Alternate times may be offered based on need.
Understanding and Help as You Grieve
At Agape, we understand the challenges facing those who are grieving. We are sorry for your loss, and we are here to help. A part of the hospice benefit, support from our Bereavement Team is available at no charge (and open to anyone in our community who is grieving, even if care was not provided by Agape).
Our support includes:
- Short-term grief counseling
- Phone calls with bereavement counselors
- Grief support groups
- Educational material
- Memorial services and grief workshops
- In-Services for nursing facilities or other groups.
Everyone experiences grief differently, yet finding understanding and support from others may help ease the burden. To learn more about Agape Grief Support, call 720-482-1988.
Agape holds memorial services for family, friends and our team, to come together and honor those who were in our care. Things are different in terms of gathering in this season. Check back for information about our Spring 2021 Patient Memorial Service.
"The journey of a thousand miles starts with one step." - Lau Tzu
Video Series by New Hope Presbyterian
Accessible reading Materials
Click the images below to access & download these helpful grief support resources.
Mourning and Mitzvah
Understanding Your Grief Journal
The Depression of Grief
Grief One Day at a Time
365 Daily Meditations
When Your Soulmate Dies
Healing after Loss
Safe Passage: Words to Help the Grieving
It’s Okay That You’re Not Okay
Straight Talk About Death for Teenagers
How to Cope with Losing Someone You Love
Talking about Death: A Dialogue Between
Parent and Child
Living When a Loved One Has Died
Weird is Normal When Teenagers Grieve
Jenny Lee Wheeler
Stepparenting the Grieving Child
Dian Ingram Fromme
Bearing the Unbearable