FREE GRIEF COUNSELING

Because we care about the families we serve...

 We are offering every family we serve a free session of grief counseling at Full Circle Grief Center (a $60 value).

 In this session, share your story of loss with a grief professional and get connected with help that's right for you.

 Let us help you take the first steps on the path of your grief journey.

 Schedule your Appointment today 804.308.0118 or    Counseling@fullcircle.gc.org

 

 Grief Support Group at Bliley’s

At Home Care Hospice offers a safe and open space for you to share your story with others who are also experiencing grief and loss. All sessions are free and eight weeks long, but registration is requested due to limited space.

 Groups will be held from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and are open to the public for anyone experiencing a loss.

 Groups will be held at Bliley’s Central Funeral Home:

3801 Augusta Ave

Richmond, VA 23230

 To REGISTER: call  804-358-3480 or alexis.stribbling@athomecare.com

Facilitated by: Alexis Stribbling, MSW

 

 

Grief Support

The Bliley commitment to Celebrate Every Life and serve every family with thoughtful care and compassion does not end at the graveside or with the Memorial Service. The death of a loved one is a life-changing event that affects all those their lives have touched. Whether a family is needing support to deal with the emotional or spiritual effects of loss, those responsible need assistance in resolving an estate, the remaining spouse needs to update or write a will, or they want to request a Veterans marker or Burial Benefits, we can offer the resources and information to accomplish what is needed.

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Rob Hagan
Director of Post Service Care
rhagan@blileys.com
804-355-3800


Rob can help you find answers to a variety of questions. Such as:

  • Where can I find a grief support group?
  • What services are available in Richmond?
  • Do I need to call Social Security?
  • Who should I call to learn how to manage my checking account?
  • How do I talk to my children about death?
  • Where do I even start?