Grief Counseling

"With every death we may not see any rewards. But there is one. People grow closer through love, warmth and caring.  This cannot be bought.  Only given."  (source unknown)


What You Can Do
  • Visit local churches, to seek peace and comfort with the death of those you love.  Ask what they teach about life after death.  Keep searching until you feel comforted and at peace with their teachings. Remember, the reason there are hundreds of churches in Spokane, is because their teachings differ on many subjects. 

  • To learn more about the blessing of religion in our lives, see the Religion topic at
    http://spokanecares.org/religion-family-spokane.php

  • To learn more about the purpose of life, trials and death, see the Inspiration topic at
    http://spokanecares.org/index.php?c_ref=32
Local Organizations
Additional Resources

Camp Chmepa
(509) 456-0438
Hospice of Spokane - 121 S. Arthur Street, Spokane, WA
info@hospiceofspokane.org 
https://www.hospiceofspokane.org/grief-support/childrens-grief-support/camp-chmepa/
Hospice of Spokane staff and volunteers came together to create a summer camp specifically to meet the needs of kids grieving the death of someone close.

Forget Me Not Program
101 W 8th Ave. Spokane
509-474-3131    
Sacred Heart Hospital   (509) 474-4059
forgetmenot@shmc.org
http://washington.providence.org/donate/providence-health-care-foundation-eastern-wa/programs-funded/forget-me-not/
Compassionate support to grieving families who have  suffered the loss of a baby. 

Hospice of Spokane
Their “Connections” grief support groups are designed for children, adolescents and adults who have experienced a loss through death. No charge.  Call to register prior to attending at (509) 456-0438.  (Source: Hospice of Spokane)