The support groups will begin on Thursday, March 21st and run the first and third Thursday of the month from 6 to 7:30 pm through June. The groups are open to those who have suffered a loss of a loved one within the past year and offer a compassionate, safe place to express their grief. This is an opportunity for participants to receive support and address topics of concern. A telephone interview and face to face individual meeting is necessary for enrollment. Contact Karen Gore, LICSW, Bereavement Coordinator at 781-659-2342, ext. 305 to register or receive additional information. The program is free and open to members in the communities served across the South Shore.
About NVNA and Hospice
Founded in 1920, NVNA and Hospice is the only independent, non-profit home health care and hospice agency serving the South Shore. The agency’s mission of Neighbors Helping Neighbors continues as it serves nearly 600 patients a day, and offers an average of 45 free community health screenings, educational programs and support groups each month in more than 27 communities on the South Shore. NVNA and Hospice has been named a Home Care Elite Top Agency in the United States for seven consecutive years, this year qualifying in the Top 500. For more information, call NVNA and Hospice at 781-659-2342 or visit www.nvna.org.