Grief Support Groups

Aftercare for Families

Hope & Support for Life After Loss

Every person must cope with the loss of a loved on their own terms. At Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers caring for our families does not end after the funeral service.

We understand that following the loss of a loved one, it is not uncommon to feel hopeless, lost, and confused. Grief and healing are a crucial part of the process.

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Grief and Healing
Support Classes

One way we will continue to walk with our families is through the offering of grief support classes. All are designed to offer practical suggestions for coping with grief and healing and allow the participants an opportunity to connect with others, learning and growing together throughout their grief journey.

Walking Through Grief

Walking Through Grief is a support group for people grieving the death of someone close. This series offers hope and help while providing information and practical tools to navigate the grief journey. This class is led by Sherri Kinard.
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Hope for the Hurt Heart

Hope for the Hurt Heart is a support group for parents who have lost children of any age or circumstances. The loss of a child is a different grief from others and It’s comforting to meet with a group of people who understand exactly the grief you feel. It is led by Lake Ridge employee, Joyce Rowe.
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The Ladies of Lake Ridge

Membership into The Ladies of Lake Ridge group is another way we strive to help care for women who have lost a spouse. To learn more about this special group of women and how to get involved, please see our Ladies of Lake Ridge page.

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Service of Remembrance

This holiday season memorial service honors the families we have served throughout the year. The holidays, especially the first, can be a hard time of remembering and renewed grieving for the loss of a loved one. This is why we join together to honor and remember all our loved ones during this special season as a way to care for one another.

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