Meet others who’ve lost a loved one and share your experience in our bereavement support groups.
Our support groups give you the opportunity to meet others who are grieving the death of a loved one, share experiences, and explore ways to move through your grief – all in a caring and understanding atmosphere.
Support groups run all year round across Halton, and may focus on a particular type of loss (spousal loss, loss of an adult child).
These groups are offered free of charge through the generosity of our volunteers, funders and donors.
Bereavement Walking Group
A walking group for people grieving the loss of a loved one.
Join trained volunteers for fresh air and exercise with others who are grieving. Share your experiences, receive support – or just walk. If you wish, you can stay for coffee and conversation at a local coffee shop at the end of the walk.
July 11 – August 29, 2019
Fall and Spring Groups
Check back for Fall start date
Spousal / Partner Loss Support Groups
The loss of a husband, wife or partner can be devastating. Join others who are living with loss to share experiences and heal.
Groups run in 8 week sessions throughout Halton in the fall, winter and spring.
September 11 – October 30
Drop-In Bereavement Group
This bereavement group runs on an ongoing basis. Simply drop by to share your experience in a caring and understanding atmosphere.
Not offered in July and August
6:30pm – 8:00pm
2nd and 4th Mondays each month beginning September 9, 2019
Prime Care Family Health Team Office, 470 Bronte Street
Adult Child Loss
It is particularly difficult to lose an adult child. Join other parents who have experienced this loss to share experiences and heal.
Offered again in Spring 2020
Bereavement Support Group Staff Team
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