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Agencies and Groups
More than 20 agencies and groups in London and the surrounding region provides support and services for the bereaved.


Bereaved Families of Ontario Print E-mail

Bereaved parent self help/mutual aid. Support groups for bereaved parents who have experienced the death of a child at any age.  Monthly support meetings, one on one support, lending library, speakers bureau, miscarriage support, newsletter.

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Canadian Mental Health Association, London-Middlesex Branch (CMHA) Print E-mail

Offers support to adults who have lost a friend or relative to suicide. The Suicide Bereavement Support Group is a peer support group meeting monthly. Registration is not required. The Survivors of Suicide group is a professionally facilitated group offered twice annually for 8 weekly sessions.

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Canadian Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes (SADS) Foundation Print E-mail

Provides support, educational resources, research and genealogy information for parents and siblings of children/young adults who are genetically predisposed to sudden death due to cardiac arrhythmia.

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Critical Incident Stress Management Team Print E-mail

De-briefing for emergency personnel and groups involved in critical incidents. De-briefings, defusing, demobilizations after traumatic events/critical incidents. Pre-incident education.

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Daya Counselling Centre Print E-mail

Daya offers short term individual, couple, and family counselling for ages 16+. We have a particular interest in bereavement counselling and support for the bereaved. Counselling honours the spiritual dimension of life.

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Distress Centre Print E-mail

Serving the community for 40 years, our 24/ 7 help line is always available for confidential telephone support if you need a warming, supportive listener. If you are feeling scared, overwhelmed, sad or in crisis our caring, friendly and trained volunteers will help.

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Family Service Thames Valley Print E-mail

The Community Counselling Program provides a range of counselling services to London and Middlesex. Services include individual, couple, family, and group counselling. Issues may include: loss/bereavement, separation/divorce, parenting, woman abuse/survivors of sexual abuse.

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Healing Heart Group Print E-mail

A fee-for-service support group for adults, general bereavement.

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Hospice of London Print E-mail

Volunteers offer a supportive role during bereavement by telephone/in person. Clients are preferred to be within one year of their loss that is due to a lingering illness rather than a sudden event.

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Journey Through Loss Print E-mail

General bereavement support group for anyone over 18 years of age who has experienced the death of a loved one. The group is open and ongoing, and people may come to the meetings as they need.

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London Health Sciences Centre, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Care Program Print E-mail

Individual counselling for children and adolescents with special interest in areas of post trauma, complicated grief, eating disorders, suicide behaviours, mood and anxiety disorders.

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London Regional Cancer Program Print E-mail

Individual grief counselling is provided by oncology social workers to family members whose loved one was a patient at the Centre.

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New Horizons Support Group Print E-mail

Sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of London, this peer support group is for individuals who have lost a spouse due to separation, divorce or death. Tuesday evenings at 7:30 pm.

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Parents and their Children Healing (PATCH) Print E-mail

A 5-week support group for preschoolers/children age 2 to 7 years and their parents/caregiver who have been affected by death.

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Parkwood Hospital, Palliative Care Unit, St. Joseph's Health Care Print E-mail

Provides individual bereavement counselling to family members who have had a loved one die on the Palliative Care Unit, Parkwood Hospital.  

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Perinatal Bereavement Service Ontario Print E-mail

Offers support to parents who have suffered a miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, medical termination, stillbirth or newborn death. Also offers educational seminars for health care professionals on Perinatal loss. Support groups now serving Woodstock.

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Rainbows Print E-mail

A train-the-trainers program for volunteers, teachers, and/or parents involved in elementary and secondary schools. The program prepares participants to facilitate students talking to students about loss, separation, divorce, and death.

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Regional Support Associates Print E-mail

Grief counselling for adults 18+ with a developmental disability and their families. Staff training for those working with bereaved individuals who have developmental disabilities. Covering counties of Oxford, London-Middlesex, Elgin, Huron, Perth, Grey and Bruce.

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Seniors Help LIne Print E-mail

A free and confidential 24 hour-a-day telephone support for seniors and the people who care for them. Need to talk? ..........we listen with HEART. (A service of the London and District Distress Centre). .

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Serenity House Hospice Print E-mail

We are an organization geared to supporting and providing quality end of life care, for any person(s), for all ages. Support services are not just for the person experiencing end of life challenges, but support for the caregiver, family and after care as well.

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Third Age Outreach Program Print E-mail

Offers widows and widowers an educational and social group for bereaved seniors 60+.

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University of Western Ontario, Student Health Services Print E-mail

Individual counselling addressing bereavement and loss for UWO students. 

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VON Middlesex-Elgin Print E-mail

The Hospice Volunteer Program provides volunteers to support individuals and their families who are facing life threatening or life altering conditions, as well as those who have lost a loved one. Our volunteers provide companionship in the home or hospital, respite support for caregivers, friendship and listening. Our program also provides bereavement support individually or in a group, as well as library resources. The program accepts referrals from individuals, family, friends, medical professionals, and social service agencies. The Program is a free service.

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Wellspring Print E-mail

Wellspring offers an 8-week support group to individuals who have lost a loved one to cancer. This group is open to individuals in the London and surrounding areas. Please call for more information or to register.

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