Grief and Loss Support
Losing a loved one can cause a wide variety of emotional responses. Each person experiencing loss will have a unique grieving process. Some individuals may immediately show emotion or cry, some may feel angry or betrayed by the loss, and some may remain silent or not visibly show what he or she is feeling. Sometimes, grieving may begin even before a loss, as family and friends deal with an individual’s critical illness or end of life situation.
It is important to remember that there is no right or wrong way to grieve. What is crucial is that each individual receives compassionate support through a time of loss, whether it’s from friends or family, a spiritual leader, a support group, or professional counseling.
The Coury family strives to honor the grieving process, and offers the following grief and loss resources as a starting point in navigating end of life situations, dealing with personal grief or supporting someone else in his or her time of loss.
- Conversations of a Lifetime
A website dedicated to discussing the importance of talking about an individual's care and end of life wishes.
- Moments of Life
A website to raise awareness to show all Americans that hospice focuses on living and enables special moments and memories at the end of a life for patients and loved ones. Hear personal stories, access caregiver resources and more.
- Caregive Action Network
A website that educates, supports, empowers and speaks up for the more than 65 million Americans who care for loved ones with a chronic illness or disability or the challenges of aging.
- Resources for Funeral and End-of-Life Planning
This link provides a variety of resources and information on legal, planning, grief, caregiver issues and funeral planning.
Contact us to let us know how we can help during your time of grief.