Facing end-of-life issues or rebuilding a life after death can be one of the hardest things with which an individual, family or loved one must contend. We are here to help with that part of the journey as well. We understand that grief comes in many forms and is unique to every individual. It is also a normal and a natural response to loss. It can affect a person’s daily activities, routines, relationships and the way someone lives.
Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions offers a bereavement support system. Our bereavement services are available to the general public as well as our hospice families at no charge.
These support groups are offered periodically throughout the year and provide a safe, compassionate and understanding environment where individuals can express feelings, gain insights and receive support from others who are sharing the same grief journey.
Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions offers an annual Kids Grief Camp during the summer for children and teens, ages 6 to 16, who have experienced the death of a loved one. Our hope is to assist the child or teen in understanding their grief. We provide these youth with the opportunity to normalize their experience, learn healthy coping tools, as well as develop positive memories of their loved one through the assistance of supportive, caring adults. The camp is held once a year and is available at no charge to participants thanks to the generosity of the Gertrude Kamps Memorial Foundation. Click here for more information.
For some, one-on-one counseling sessions with a licensed professional is preferred to participating in a grief support group. For those individuals and families, we offer grief counseling at our facility. This service is available to anyone in the community who has experienced a loss through death. Counseling sessions are by appointment only.
Please register for any of these groups by contacting our Bereavement Coordinator at 307-577-4832 or by email at email@example.com.
Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions (CWHTP) depends upon donations from individuals and businesses, as well as grants and fundraisers to offset the ever increasing gap between third party reimbursements and the actual costs of providing services.