Community Healthcare of Texas Recognizes National Grief Awareness Day
FORT WORTH, TX, August 29, 2022 – National Grief Awareness Day on August 30 is dedicated to raising awareness of how individuals process grief. It’s also an opportunity to highlight the resources available to those who have experienced a loss and it serves as a reminder for us to support people we know who are grieving.
While National Grief Awareness Day is recognized just once a year, Community Healthcare of Texas, the state’s largest not-for-profit hospice provider, is dedicated to offering a variety of grief support opportunities for adults, teens, and children throughout the year.
Most recently, Community Healthcare of Texas announced that in-person grief support groups returned earlier this month after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“At the onset of the pandemic, we quickly transitioned all of our grief support groups to an online format which allowed us to continue to support grieving individuals through a challenging season,” shared Liz Klar, Grief Care Services Bereavement Coordinator at Community Healthcare of Texas. “The grief support we provide to the community is an essential piece of our mission. We look forward to safely returning to in-person groups while continuing to offer virtual support options.”
The Community Healthcare of Texas Grief Care Services program is available, at no charge, to anyone in the community who enters the journey of healing and transition after the death of a loved one.
For a complete list of upcoming grief support groups, visit www.chot.org/calendar-of-events.