When Grief Doesn't Take a Holiday
Sunday, October 25, 2014
Methodist Atrium Building
ABC Conference Room
900 Main Street in Peoria
Open to th public
The seminar is free, but seating is limited
RSVP by Monday, October 20, 2014
The Grief Recovery Method® Program
Moving Beyond Death, Divorce, and Other Loss
Loss is a universal and inevitable experience in our lives that can produce grief. Grief is a normal and natural reaction to significant emotional loss of any kind: death, divorce, moving, career change/retirement, financial loss, loss of physical health/functioning, loss of safety, etc. In our society, grief is often misunderstood and mishandled. Learn to distinguish between the myths and the healthy truth. Learn how to work toward recovery in a safe and supportive environment. This 8 week class will provide necessary tools; partnership and guidance to help people take the correct action choices that will help them move beyond the pain caused by loss and to help loved ones who may also be grieving.
This is an 8 week program offered through the Adult Community Program at ICC. The next session begins on September 30. To learn more or register go to:
or call (309) 690-6900
Greater Peoria Share
Early Pregnancy Loss, Stillbirth or Infant Death
Free Information and Grief Support
Third Thursday of Every Month at 6:30 p.m.
Lakeview Branch of the Peoria Public Library
Jessica Thompson at 309-370-3657
Pam Armstrong at 309-678-4728
Irma Robbins at 309-360-5913
Little Angels Bereavement Group
Celebrating the Lives of the Children We Lost
Third Tuesday of Every Month from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
900 Main Street, 1st Floor Conference Room in Peoria
Free Support Group for miscarriage, stillbirth or other experience
Why Me? Coping with a Pregnancy Loss
Empty Arms: Lonliness, Depression and Guilt
Talking to Children about Death
The Next Step: Conceiving After Your Loss
Celebrating Your Child's Life
Surviving the Holidays after a Pregnancy Loss
For more information, please call
672-5696 or 672-5584
Grace Presbyterian Church Grief Support Group
8607 Illinois Route 91
Peoria, Illinois 61615
6 to 8 p.m. Every Monday in the lounge
For more information, contact
Proctor Hospital Grief Support Group
5409 North Knoxville Avenue
Peoria, Illinois 61614
Every Monday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
For more information, contact
Hospice Compassus Grief & Loss Support Group
Pearce Community Center
610 West Cedar Street
Chillicothe, Illinois 61523
Fourth Friday of every month at 2:00 p.m.
For more information, contact Jeff Leeman
St. Thomas Grief Support Group
904 East Lake Avenue
Peoria Heights, Illinois 61616
Last Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
For more information, call
Survivors of Suicide Grief Support Group
Proctor Hospital Atrium
Rev. Eimo Hinrichs
First and Third Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
For more information, call
697-3342 or 208-0327
Clary's Grief Support Resources
Please feel free to check out a book or video for as long as you need.
Return it, when you are finished, for others to use.
Pamphlets are available for you to keep.
A Grief Observed A Humanist Funeral Service A Journal of Love and Healing A Time to Mourn, A Time to Dance Help for the Losses in Life Awakening from Grief Finding the Road Back to Joy Bereaved Children and Teens Caregiver’s Book Caring and Coping When Your Loved One is Seriously Ill Coming Back Rebuilding Lives After Crisis and Loss Coping With Life After Your Mate Dies Death and Grief A Guide for Clergy Damaged But Not Broken Death & The Caring Community Dog Gone Coping with the Loss of Your Pet Dying, Death and Bereavement Everyday Comfort Readings for the First Month of Grief Experiencing Grief Finding God In The Dark Grief is a Family Affair Grief The Morning After Healing Grief Grieving the Death of a Pet Healing the Grieving Child’s Heart 100 Practical Ideas for Families, Friends & Caregivers Healing the Grieving Heart 100 Practical Ideas for Families, Friends & Caregivers Healing Your Grieving Heart 100 Practical Ideas for Kids Helping People Through Grief When a Friend Needs You Helping the Bereaved Celebrate the Holidays How To Care For Yourself While You Care for the Dying and the Bereaved How To Reach Out For Help When You Are Grieving How To Start and Lead A Bereavement Support Group How Will I Get Through The Holiday Journal Writing Guide for Starting and Keeping Your Personal Journal Journey Through Grief Reflections On Healing Life Preservers God’s Promises for Troubled Times Light In The Valley A Christian View of Death and Dying Living With Grief Alzheimer’s Disease Living With Grief Coping With Public Tragedy Mourning & Mitzvah - Jewish A Guided Journal for Walking the Mourner's Path On Death and Dying What the Dying Have to Teach Doctors, Nurses, Clergy and Their Own Families One You Love Is Dying Permission to Grieve Questions and Answers on Death and Dying Sarah’s Journey One Child’s Experience with the Death of Her Father Saying Kaddish - Jewish How to Comfort the Dying, Bury the Dead & Mourn as a Jew The Undertaking Life Studies from the Dismal Trade Welcoming Change Discovering Hope in Life’s Transitions What Will Help Me? 12 Things To Remember When You Have Suffered a Loss When You Know You’re Dying 12 Thoughts to Guide You Through the Days Ahead Will I survive This Pain?
Melissa’s Story A beautiful 15-year-old shares her last three months with viewers Beyond Death's Door Help for the Grieving Process After Someone You Love Has Died
Honoring Your Loved One’s Memory Coping With Loss 24 Hour Access to Support for Patients & Family Children & Grief By Ages & Stages Coping With Grief During A Holiday Grief & Suicide Loss Survivor Grieving Children With Depression Help a Friend Through Grief Helping Children Grieve Honoring & Coping With Anniversaries of Loss How To Get Through The First Weeks And Months After A Death How To Rely On Your Faith While Grieving Is It Grief Or Is It Depression? Losing a Loved One To Aids Losing Your Spouse Loss Of A Child Loss Of A Parent Helping Children Through Their Grief Healing After The Loss Of A Loved One Teenage Grief Twelve Ways To Deal With Your Grief What To Know About Grief When Grief Surprises You
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