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The Greystone Bereavement Centre is restructuring...
In order to be able to continue to provide our current services and meet the ever increasing demands being placed upon us well into the future - it is necessary for the Greystone Bereavement Centre to restructure and move to a fee for service model.
As a result, we will not be accepting new clients for approximately 2 months. We will resume under a new fee for service policy with contracted counsellors. We understand that a fee for service model may place financial stress on some clients and we are prepared to provide counselling based on a sliding scale according to income for those under financial hardship.
We are offering to place clients on a wait list until we resume counselling.
We are continuing to build our grief education and training sessions.
There will be no disruption to our children's camp.
Support groups will not be affected at this time.
What we offer ...
Dealing with a life-threatening illness or death can be the most difficult challenge we'll ever face. There's no reason to face it alone. The Greystone Bereavement Centre is here to help. We provide grief and bereavement services in a safe environment for people to share in the experience of journeying through their grief. The goal of the Greystone Bereavement Centre is to contribute to the health of grieving individuals within the Regina qu'Appelle Health Region and across Saskatchewan and to be a resource for education and training relating to grief and bereavement. Knowledge is empowering and at the Greystone Bereavement Centre we work to help people understand their grief so they can reinvest themselves in life and living and finding a new normal following the death of someone special. The Greystone Bereavement Centre offers specialized grief and bereavement counselling, group support, children's camps and education opportunities.
The Greystone Bereavement Centre is working to ensure that all Saskatchewan people can access the grief and bereavement support and services they need to navigate through their unique grief journey and contribute to the well-being of grieving individuals while helping create healthier Saskatchewan communities.
Please call Connie at 306-523-2781 to register for any of our services.
Individual specialized counselling is available for bereaved children, teens, adults and families who have experienced all types of death losses.
We offer a 5 session program designed for adults who are grieving. Each week a different aspect of the grieving process is examined. Participants are divided into small groups according to the type of loss (ie. loss of spouse, child, parent, sibling, friend). There is also a separate group for young adults (18 - 30 year olds).
We offer a 5 week session program designed to help older adults who are grieving the loss of someone significant. Each week a different aspect of the grieving process is examined.
This 6 session group provides an opportunity to meet other kids and teens who are grieving the loss of a parent, sibling, grandparent, friend or other family member. It provides children and teens the opportunity to learn about the grieving process and to share in mourning the death of a family member in a caring, accepting and confidential setting. A different topic related to grief is covered each week through sharing, art, music and games. We talk, share, cry, paint, draw and play our grief out. There are 3 different age groups: ages 5 -8, ages 9-12, and ages 13 - 18.
This group is open to grieving parents who have lost a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, ectopic pregnancy, termination, newborn or neonatal loss. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month.. Bearing Loss will meet on August 5th at 7 P.M. at our new location: 1802 McAra St.
The grief following a death loss to suicide is particularly difficult.,You will find support, education, encouragement and help in a confidential and safe setting. The group meets the first Wednesday of every month. The Survivors of Suicide Support Group will not be meeting in August. We will resume our monthly meeting on September 2nd at 7 P.M. at our new location: 1802 McAra St.
This is a monthly support group for adults who have experienced a loss due to homicide. You will find support from others who understand this kind of loss, education, encouragement and suggestions for coping in a confidential and safe setting. The group is facilitated by volunteer leaders who have experienced a homicide loss. Meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month.
When a child dies, the loss impacts everyone in the family - including the grandparents. Please join us for this open-ended group to meet other grandparents who are grieving the loss of a grandchild of any age. This group meets once a month on a Tuesday evening.
These 3 educational sessions will provide information about traumatic grief for those who have survived a traumatic death loss.,It,will benefit those who have experienced loss due to homicide, suicide or accidental death. It may also be helpful for those who have experienced trauma as a result of a death due to natural causes. Participants are not expected to share their stories unless they choose to. Registration is for all three sessions - they are a series that build upon one another.
1. Traumatic Grief - How is it different?
2. Dealing With the Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress
3. Your Healing Journey: Suggestions for Coping and Moving Forward
A multi-week, holistic, expressive arts group experience, utilizing Alan Wolfelt's Six Needs of Mourning as a framework. Each week, participants will be offered a choice of modalities, such as writing, movement, visual art, music and storytelling to facilitate mourning and assist in healing grief. No previous artistic experience necessary.
These 5 sessions,are very gentle, focusing on mindfulness, simple movement and stress reduction. Please don't worry about previous yoga experience or flexibility. All necessary equipment will be provided.
Has it been difficult for you making the transition of cooking for you and your spouse, to cooking for only yourself? Maybe you've never been the cook and now it's all up to you and you have no idea where to begin. Is so, this may be the class for you. Bereaved adults are invited to join us for this 1/2 day class on how to cook for one. A public health inspector will talk about food safety and a dietician will help us understand how to make good food choices. Come and learn simple, nutritious recipes and meal planning ideas.
This weekend retreat for children and teens ages 5 - 18 is held at Dallas Valley Ranch near Lumsden. Thr retreat includes fun, recreational activities such as horse back riding, campfire, rock wall climbing, crafts and therapeutic activities to help children and teens with their grief. There is no charge to attend Camp and transportation to and from Dallas Valley from Regina is provided.