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Local Free Support Services & Ministries


Partners in Care offers general bereavement support groups. Education and support are combined to assist those who have suffered when a loved one dies. Groups typically held once a week for six to eight weeks. One-on-one support is also available for those not wanting to participate in a group setting. Sharing Hearts Social Group - Ongoing informal bereavement group provides opportunities to share through social gatherings. Meets monthly. Registration required. Call 382-5882 in Bend.

The High Desert Education Service District (ESD) publishes "Counselors in Private Practice" annually which lists local counselors in private practice. This list includes phone numbers, areas of specialty, and hourly rates. Call the Family Resource Center 389-5468 to obtain a copy.

My Friend's House provides support for grieving children ages 3 - 19 years who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or significant individuals in their lives. Cost: none. Registration required. Call Hospice of Bend-La Pine Bereavement Department at 383-3910.

Adapting to the changes that accompany a life-limiting illness can be difficult. Learn more about how Hospice of Redmond can help you navigate the most beneficial services possible during this challenging time.

Newberry Hospice offers "Dealing With Grief" workshops twice per year, and a Bereavement Potluck Support Group meets monthly (excluding July and December). Call Nicki Wymore 536-7399 in La Pine. Pioneer Memorial Hospice Provide bereavement support for hospice families and the community. Call Carol Parker at 447-2510 in Prineville.

Teens Services and Support Groups provide free support to youths (ages 13-19 years) who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or significant person. Groups offered on-site to schools in the Bend-La Pine School District, and through My Friend's House. Call Hospice of Bend-La Pine Bereavement Department at 383-3910.

The Center for Loss is dedicated to "companioning" grieving people as they mourn transitions and losses that transform their lives. We help both mourners, by walking with them in their unique life journeys, and both professional caregivers and lay people, by serving as an educational resource and professional forum.