Project Description

Supportive Bereavement Counselling

Hospice Quinte is pleased to now offer compassionate and confidential Supportive Bereavement Counselling, at no cost, for individuals in need of grief and bereavement support.

Supportive Bereavement Counselling is available for individuals who are 18 years or older, living in Quinte, and have experienced the loss of a loved one within the past 3 years, whether that loved one be a child, a young person, parent, sibling, a close relative, friend, neighbour, or work colleague.

This service is offered by Hospice Quinte’s Bereavement Support Specialist. Individuals can receive up to 6 one hour telephone sessions of Supportive Bereavement Counselling.

To apply for Hospice Quinte’s Supportive Bereavement Counselling, please contact Christina Brinklow, 613-966-6610 ext. 229 or use the online form at the top of this page.

** Hospice Quinte’s Supportive Bereavement Counselling is only available until March 2021. This program is funded through the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund, as procured through United Way Hastings & Prince Edward.

Peer Telephone Bereavement Support

In order to continue to provide as much support as we can at a safe distance, Hospice Quinte will now be offering Peer Telephone Bereavement Support.

Peer Telephone Bereavement Support is available for individuals who are 18 years or older, living in Quinte, and have experienced the loss of a loved one within the past 3 years, whether that loved one be a child, a young person, parent, sibling, a close relative, friend, neighbour, or work colleague.

Peer Telephone Bereavement Support will be provided by a Hospice Quinte volunteer for up to a maximum of 6 months.

To apply for Hospice Quinte’s Peer Telephone Bereavement Support, please contact Paul Mackay, 613-966-6610 ext. 225 or use the online form at the top of this page.

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What is Peer Support?

Peer support refers to help and assistance that is given to you by someone like you. Peers are not professionally trained counsellors or therapists, they are people like you who have experienced the loss of a loved one and are on a similar journey of navigating their grief. 

Your grief path is yours alone, and no one else can walk it, and no one else can understand it.

- TERRI IRWIN

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