By Michèle Miller Brown, HOPE Program –
HOPE Bereavement Peer Support Group meetings are open to family members (spouses and parents) of Canadian Armed Forces members and veterans as well as active and retired service members who have lost a spouse or adult child.
The groups meetings are a safe and confidential place where you can share and talk about what you are going through with peers with similar lived in experience.
You are not alone!
Why participate in a Bereavement Peer Support Group Meeting?
- Get tools to help you face daily challenges throughout your grief journey;
- Break out of isolation;
- A safe place to talk things out with peers who understand you without any judgement;
- A place where there is a sense of belonging and trust; and
- Meetings where listening and respect of the peer are of the utmost importance in a confidential setting.
HOPE Peer Support group meetings can be an important factor in helping you move forward and live your best life.
Remember! This is your journey. You move at your own pace. The first step is yours to take…
Frequency: Meetings will be held every two weeks, from 1830-2030 hrs
Location: Building 469, 10 de Niverville Private, Ottawa (Uplands Site)
- 6 May 19 – Loss of…memory, concentration, sleep, appetite, security, motivation
- 21 May 19 – Dealing with Guilt
- 3 June 19 – Self-Care and Self-Compassion
- 17 June 19 – Learning to live your new reality
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