Community Events

The Community outreach program offers free training to various groups.  If your group is interested in having someone provide an educational session, please contact  


The Legacy Project



One of the biggest regrets for people suffering a loss is not knowing more about the person that passed. Create a gift you can leave your loved ones with a memory book about YOU! 

Fill this book with your childhood memories, favorite vacations stories, funny stories, and how history impacted your life.

Come to this monthly workshop to create your story with writing prompts, scrapbooking materials, and crafts.



This event is Free but regsitration is required Click here to register:

First event is August 19th 1:30-2:30pm at Bliley's Augusta location 


SEPTEMBER 10th   Cultural Competency in End of Life Care    Lunch and Learn- HFA: Webinar


Tuesday                        September 10, 2019      11:30Am-1:15PM           Bliley’s Augusta

Cultural Competency in End-of-Life Care

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 OCTOBER 16th  Funerals and Beyond: Using Rituals to Support Grieving Youth, Lunch and Learn- HFA: Webinar

Wednesday       October 16, 2019                       11:30-1:15PM    Bliley’s Augusta

Funerals and Beyond: Using Rituals to Support Grieving Youth

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NOVEMBER 14thth    Managing Difficult Family Dynamics during illness and death,  Lunch and Learn- HFA: Webinar


Thursday           November 14, 2019        11:30-1:15PM    Bliley’s Augusta

Managing Difficult Family Dynamics during Illness and Death

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DECEMEMBER 9th    Best Practices for Traumatic Loss  Lunch and Learn- HFA: Webinar


Monday                        December 9, 2019          11:30-1:15PM    Bliley’s Augusta

Best Practices in Counseling Survivors of Sudden and Traumatic Loss 

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If you have any questions about this series or to register please contact

Jennifer Moss at



Have the talk of a lifetime

host this for a social or church group, or staff event

Have the Talk of a Lifetime is designed to help families and friends talk about what matters most in their lives and how death teaches us how to live.   These discussions can help people become more comfortable to discuss end of life issues and introduce conversation starters to help ease into the subjects.

To set up your event contact Jennifer at