We understand how difficult it can be to cope with the loss of a loved one. We want to offer you as much support as we can through this time of need.
Devlin And Thorne Counseling Center
One Mill Street
Farmville, Va 23901
Safe Harbor Counseling Services
Comfort Zone Bereavement Camp
7201 Glen Forest Drive
Richmond, VA 23226
Hospice of Virginia
202 Clark Street
Farmville, VA 23901
Recommended Sites Comfort Zone Bereavement www.comfortzonecamp.org
Children who have experienced the loss of a family member often become miniature adults
before their time. Comfort Zone provides a safe environment where kids can have fun, be around
people who "get it" and get back to being kids again.
Heal the Grief http://healgrief.org/find-the-support-you-need/?gclid=CPzb5syY4b8CFcZQ7AodylwAng
To create an environment where individuals can affirm that the
emotions associated with grief are normal, and where they can feel safe
to express their grief. To offer our users access to information about
local community support services that can help them through bereavement
The hummingbird is taken to be a symbol of resurrection. This is because
each hummer becomes lifeless and seems to die on cold nights, but it
comes back to life again when the miraculous sunrise brings warmth.
Compassionate Friends of Southside Virginia http://www.tcfsouthside.org/about.htm
Back in the mid 90's, several families of Southside Virginia were grief
stricken by the loss of their child or children. In their attempt to
search for help to aid their
grief, a support group in Richmond called "The
Compassionate Friends" was discovered. After travelling to Richmond to
attend several of the monthly TCF meetings, they
realized a real need existed within Southside
Virginia in establishing their own support group. Therefore they joined
forces and started making plans and completing
necessary requirements to start a local TCF chapter.
In October 1999, the first official TCF support meeting was held in
Victoria, VA. Their meetings were later moved
to meet in Kenbridge due to being a more centralized
location for those traveling from directions throughout the Southside
National office 630-990-0010, or toll-free 877-969-0010
Compassionate Friends is a national nonprofit, self-help support
organization with local chapters, offering friendship and understanding
to bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings. There is no religious
affiliation and there are no membership dues or fees. The group is run
by "seasoned grievers" who reach out to the newly bereaved. National
website includes link to chat room and online brochure for siblings, as
well as the ability to find out current contact information for the
chapter leader in your area.
wonderful support network for children ages 1-21 to help them with
grieving process and coping with the loss of family and loved ones.
A national website with over 50 facilitated e-mail support groups
covering topics such as loss of a parent, loss of a spouse/partner, loss
of sibling or friend, spiritual aspects of loss, etc. Each topic has
subtopics, such as young widowed, widowed with children, grief moving
on, etc. Enjoy the flexibility of 24 hour a day, 7 day a week access.
Some people often find the anonymity of an internet support group more
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside
you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to
go through the grieving process alone.