Community Grief Resources
The following are programs that are available throughout the community. While we make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this list, we encourage you to contact the organization prior to attending.
Educational programs, compassionate services, access to resources and support for research, support groups, financial assistance to families for respite care, monthly newsletter, speakers’ bureau, advocacy and influencing public policy, in-service training, educational materials, including access to national Alzheimer’s library.
(800) 487-2585 Toll-Free
AseraCare Hospice Grief Support Groups
Contact AseraCare Lincoln for more information.
Exclusively a telephone grief support group for people who have lost a newborn child through death or miscarriage.
The Cancer Resource Center
A caring resource for people facing cancer. For those newly diagnosed, going through treatment, or going through recurrence.
A clearinghouse of adult and children’s books and pamphlets concerning grief of any type
Free catalog available.
Located in Omaha, will mail resources
Adult grief sessions for both members and non-members.
Grief Recovery Workshop
Sponsored by First-Plymouth Church, 20th & D Street in Lincoln.
Sponsored by Lincoln Berean Church, 70th & Highway 2 in Lincoln.
Contact Lincoln Berean Church for details
Healing Hearts/Catholic Social Services
Contact the Family Life Office of Catholic Social Services for details
HOPE (Helping Other Parents Endure)
Support for parents who have lost their baby due to miscarriage, stillbirth, or SIDS.
Contact Horisun Hospice for details
For children and youth and their families dealing with grief.
Pathways to Compassion Hospice
For families of hospice care patients and the public, offered in five-week sessions.
Ray of Hope
Support group for people who have survived after someone has died from suicide. Meets first and third Mondays of every month at 7 pm.
Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church
40th and “C” Streets
Lincoln, NE 68510
Remembering Our Children
Support for families who have lost children of any age
(402) 477-0857 The Compassionate Friends
Support for individuals who have lost a child Meets from 7-9 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday each month at “The Space”, 5900 S. 58th Street (402) 770-6954 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church Grief Support Group
Support group for people grieving over any significant loss, open to the public, contact St. Mark’s for details
Tabitha Bereavement Support