Grief is a normal process of reacting to significant changes in one’s life.  Bereavement involves learning how to live with the change caused by the loss of a loved one.  Grief is a unique and individual experience and may cause changes to one’s physical, emotional, behavioral and spiritual well-being, all of which are normal reactions to loss.  The grief process takes time and support. 

Gentle Transitions Hospice is pleased to offer a variety of support programs designed to promote positive ways for healing.  Bereavement support is provided to patients’ families for at least twelve months after the death of a loved one.  In addition, many of our programs are offered free of charge to anyone in the community who has suffered the loss of a loved one.

Please contact us for Bereavement Support, 1-888-630-4428

Non-Discrimination: The Agency does not discriminate against employees or volunteers based on race, color, religion, national origin,
sex, disability, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. The employee may file a report of a grievance or
complaint regarding discrimination with the Office of Civil Rights within 180 days of when the employee knew of the situation. The
Agency does not discriminate in patient/client provision of services with respect to race, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital
status, religion, source of payment, or any other characteristic protected by law.