support group

Special Speaker: Terri Roman, LCSW

It’s okay… say their name” the unique journey of losing a child to addiction Terri Roman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker dedicated to facilitating GRASP, a community group of people who have lost a loved on to addiction. Terri will share her own grief journey, after losing her daughter in 2015, as well as […]

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Our Grief Journey

Support group for anyone grieving the death of a friend or loved one. Our Grief Journey will be held on Thursdays in May, for five consecutive weeks (May 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31) at the United Methodist Church in Geneva, IL. Registration is required; contact Linda Tamlyn at 630-406-6907 or email info@fvhh.net  

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Our Grief Journey

Support group for anyone grieving the death of a friend or loved one. Our Grief Journey will be held on Thursdays in May, for five consecutive weeks (May 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31) at the United Methodist Church in Geneva, IL. Registration is required; contact Linda Tamlyn at 630-406-6907 or email info@fvhh.net  

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Our Grief Journey

Support group for anyone grieving the death of a friend or loved one. Our Grief Journey will be held on Thursdays in May, for five consecutive weeks (May 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31) at the United Methodist Church in Geneva, IL. Registration is required; contact Linda Tamlyn at 630-406-6907 or email info@fvhh.net  

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Guiding Star helps adults grieving death of Mom or Dad

GUIDING STAR is a new program from Fox Valley Hands of Hope designed to support adults who have gone through the death of a parent or parental figure – their “Guiding Star.” We talked with Christy Pitol, FVHH’s Manager of Bereavement Services, on how the death of a parent affects us, whether we’re 30, 40 […]

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Weavers Circle becomes Starting SMAL*L – The back story

YEARS AGO, a core group of pioneering grievers at our organization started The Weaver’s Circle to offer connectedness for people, ages 50 and older, who had gone through spousal loss and were venturing forth in the unknown territory called “singlehood.” The “Weavers” wanted to establish bonds through recreational activities, and began meeting once a month […]

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