The Bradshaw Grief Resource Center (GRC) is designed as a public service and commitment to our community to offer support, understanding, and education through the mourning process. We understand there is no greater pain than the death of a loved one. Besides a time of mourning, it’s a period of adjustment for family and friends. Often times we may feel stressed, lost, sadness, guilt, anger, fear, confusion and a lost sense of identity.
We at Bradshaw recognize how difficult it is to approach mourning and to begin the healing process. So we created a safe and informal place for you to find the support and insights you may need to cope, adjust and move forward through this difficult time. That's why we have a full time grief counselor to assist individuals and families with tools, support, and information, as well as connection with others going through the same process you are experiencing. The GRC assists individuals and families with tools, support, and information, as well as connections with others going through the same process you are experiencing. We never need to feel alone.
The Bradshaw Grief Resource Center provides unique, personalized support and coaching designed to meet the emotional and social needs of individuals, families and friends during this difficult period of adjustment.
Our exclusive program offers:
We also offer many social activities particularly important to those who have experienced the death of a spouse. It is very important for people to get out and make new friendships with others who understand what you are going through.
Bradshaw is also available to provide various seminars in the areas of death, dying, grief, and suicide and provide CEU's at no cost. Also, our counselor is also available as a resource for schools and companies at a time of a tragedy.
These groups and activities are offered at no cost to you or your family as part of Bradshaw's continued care. The only cost you may incur is the cost of the social activities. Please feel welcome to contact us for additional information.
For grief support information, call 651-489-1349.