Guidance comforts amid a loss
Some people benefit from group counseling while others find comfort from one-on-one counseling.
Treasure Coast Hospice Grief Support offers both.
The wide-ranging grief support program at Treasure Coast Hospice encompasses individual counseling, youth counseling, group counseling, and family counseling. When tragedy strikes a school setting or workplace, our counselors are there, offering direction, guidance and support to create a place of calm amidst the turmoil.
Grief counseling is available to all who grieve in Martin and St. Lucie counties, thanks to generous grants and community contributions. Donations are accepted, but no one is turned away from our places of hope and healing because of inability to pay.
Please contact us at 772-403-4530 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, ask about our programs, and let our counselors assist you and your family. If you prefer, you may use our Contact Us form so that our compassionate staff can answer your questions about our care and services.
Youth and Family Programs
We are aware of the special needs of children who have experienced loss, and we have a full continuum of support programs to help them heal. Each spring we offer Camp Good Grief for children who are in the process of coping with grief. It’s a time for pure kid fun and a comforting sense that no one is alone.
The holiday season can be an extremely difficult time for both children and families. Holiday Camp is dedicated to giving children and families the opportunity to heal during the season.
Family Camp is a program designed for families to learn coping skills together so they can begin to heal as a family.
Welcome to Camp Good Grief
A Camp for Healing and Fun
Camp Good Grief is an overnight, weekend camp for grieving children ages 8 to 18. Camp activities are specially designed to help campers express their grief and develop bonds with others who have experienced similar losses. Our camp offers specialty activities such as arts and crafts and outdoor fun.
Many thanks to the generosity of donors in our community for making the weekend of hope and healing possible!
Did You Know?
Our counselors conduct more than 1,600 grief support sessions
in our community each year.