Bereavement Support

Grief is a complex and personal experience, and everyone goes through it in a different way. No one can say how long or in what way a person should grieve. However, there are certain aspects of bereavement that many grieving people share. Learning about these common elements and how others have coped with them can provide valuable support during the grieving process.

Bereavement Support Services

Through our bereavement program at Hospice of Lubbock, we extend a caring hand to the loved ones of patients who have died. We offer support in a variety of ways.

  • Support groups
  • Individual counseling
  • Regular mailing
  • Bereavement newsletters
  • Memorial service
  • Resource library
  • Music therapy
  • Family support and bereavement events throughout the year
  • Kaleidoscope (kids' camp)
  • Walking Together
  • Rocky Road
  • Kids’ Christmas party

Resources Around Lubbock

There are additional grief support resources in the Lubbock area to meet you and your loved ones’ bereavement needs.

  • Compassionate Friends provides highly personal comfort, hope and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.
  • Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers brings local widows and widowers together to encourage and support each other through their grief.
  • Our Ladies of Lake Ridge provides community and support for women who have lost a spouse.
  • GriefShare grief recovery support group meets weekly in Lubbock.