When you lose someone you love, the grief can be overwhelming. In the depths of sorrow, it is easy to feel lost and alone. It is not uncommon to be troubled by other emotions – guilt, resentment, despair, confusion and fear – that you just can’t talk about with family or friends. Even if you could, they might not know how to help.
The journey through grief is always difficult, but it can be a little easier if you have a professional guide to help you find your way out of the darkness. At the FirstHealth Grief Resource & Counseling Center, we offer understanding, support and guidance for people whose lives are adrift in grief.
Our grief counselors are specially trained, experienced professionals who offer individual, family and group counseling. One of our counselors will meet with you and assess your needs. Then, together, you will decide what type of counseling or other support service is best for you. Some people prefer the empathy and peer support of group counseling, while others prefer private, individual sessions.
The services of the FirstHealth Grief Resource & Counseling Center are open to anyone in the community, from young children to older adults. We help those who have already suffered a loss, as well as those who are dealing with life-altering illness or who are facing the death of a loved one.
For more information call (910) 715-6000 or toll-free at (866)-861-7485.