Support Groups

Mt. Hood Hospice believes grief is a natural reaction to loss.

Help is Here

Dealing with and living with a loved one’s death is difficult. Whether it has been months or years since your loss, Mt. Hood Hospice offers support groups and education for bereavement. Mt. Hood Hospice offers support groups for family members and friends witnessing the declining health of an important adult and for adults  grieving a loss due to a death. These groups can provide a supportive environment to help you develop coping skills. See below for a list of groups.

Support Groups
Group Details

Mt. Hood Hospice believes that grief is a natural reaction to the loss of a loved one for children as well as adults. We believe that each individual has the capacity to heal, that the duration and intensity of grief are unique to each of us and that caring, sharing and acceptance help us process our grief. Grief support is free of charge for phone calls and community groups. Groups are also available for those who are taking care of someone with a serious illness to address the grief that comes with witnessing someone’s health decline.

All groups are hosted on Zoom while Covid -19 restrictions are in effect to protect the health of participants and staff. Support is available in helping you access internet based groups using a computer, smart phone or a landline.

Contact

Contact Laura Lirette to register for a support group or to inquire about our Outreach Program:
503-668-5545
llirette@mthoodhospice.org

Calendar

View Mt. Hood Hospice’s calendar for Support Group dates.
Download the October-November 2021 Group Schedule

Time of Remembering

Information about our annual remembrance event Time of Remembering! 

Grief Support Groups Calendar

About Mt. Hood Hospice

Mt. Hood Hospice has been providing care and bereavement support to families in Multnomah and Clackamas Counties for over 40 years. We are a not-for-profit, free standing, independent, community-based hospice.

Mt. Hood Hospice was the first free-standing hospice in Oregon to be granted Medicare certification in 1987. Since that time we have stayed current in compliance with changing CMS regulations while remaining true to our original ideal: to provide the highest quality care to families coping with life-limiting illness, emphasizing comfort, dignity and choice.

NHPCO Member
OHPCA
Sandy Chamber
Estacada Chamber
Mt. Hood Area Chamber
Gresham Chamber