Have you experienced the death of a brother or sister?

Contact Fox Valley Hands of Hope – we can help you through the grieving process.


We offer individual counseling and group support.
A licensed clinician supervises all programs and will assist you to determine your needs. You must be 18 years of age or older to participate in the services listed below.
(Under 18? Click HERE)

For more information on Support Groups and Individual Adult Grief Support, call 630-232-2233.

Individual support is available.

After one of our licensed clinicians determines your grief counseling needs, you will be paired with a FVHH volunteer who is extensively trained in all aspects of grief support. The volunteer will work with you for 16 months, providing a “listening ear” and identifying additional resources as needed during this difficult time – all at no charge to you. For adults 18 years of age and older. Call 630-232-2233 for more information.


The Fox Valley Hands of Hope M.A.L.E.S. support group was developed specifically for men who are grieving the loss of a loved one, providing a forum where guys can “let go” and freely express their thoughts and feelings with other men who are experiencing the same challenges.

M.A.L.E.S. group sessions are facilitated by trained, experienced group leaders. This open (drop in) group meets the second Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. Coffee and doughnuts provided. For more information, call 630-232-2233 or email info@fvhh.net.

M.A.L.E.S. is sponsored by Moss Funeral Home

Were you a caregiver for your brother or sister? Life After Caregiving is an ongoing monthly program to provide support for those seeking a new life after their loss.

Life After Caregiving addresses topics such as navigating through grief and the loss of your role as a caregiver.

This is an open group; however, registration is required. Life After Caregiving meets the second Monday of the month at 2 p.m. For more information, call 630-232-2233.

Life After Caregiving is sponsored by Moss Funeral Home

For anyone who has lost a loved one, the holiday season can trigger powerful emotions. Hope for the Holidays, a program conducted by Fox Valley Hands of Hope from November through January, provides participants with coping skills to get through the holiday season and, if appropriate, incorporate the memory of their loved ones into holiday traditions. A concurrent program is conducted for children.

More information on the 2018-19 Hope for the Holidays program will be available in the fall.