A DIFFERENT KIND OF GRIEF sm
December 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Support for those who have experienced a substance use-related death.
Six meetings – Wed. Evenings 7:00–9:00 PM
Nov. 3rd, 10th, 17th & Dec. 1st , 8th & 15th, 2021*
Registration Deadline is Nov.1st, 2021. Space is Limited.
*If you are unable to make this six-week session, contact Gloria or Beckie for future dates.
Location: Brighter Days Grief Center
HIPPA compliant Zoom Platform
There is no fee for this group but registration is required.
“This grief group is so relatable, validating, inspiring and interactive. I received so much crucial information and education on grief, mourning and trauma that I have been able to ponder and use on my own lifelong journey after losing my son to overdose. I’m so glad I found YOU and took the
leap of faith to join YOUR group. YOU are ‘leadership after loss’ and I thank you for that.”
~ Michelle Loberg (Nick’s mom)
The turmoil before and after an addiction–related death of a loved one may have a different effect on each family member or friend. As a parent in recovery from her daughter’s overdose death, Beckie understands this kind of loss.
The group coaching support differs from traditional grief support groups because Beckie’s focus is on the trauma and stigma that often result from this kind of disenfranchised loss. She also provides a specifically focused educational curriculum for each six-week session. There is ample time for personal check-in.