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Tabitha Grief Groups and Hospice Volunteer Training - March 2019

Tabitha, Nebraska’s industry-leading Senior Care provider, offers grief groups and individual hospice volunteer training throughout the month of March in Lincoln, York, Seward, Auburn, Nebraska City, Aurora, Grand Island, NE, and surrounding communities. View full calendar of events here.

MAIN REGION (LINCOLN, NE AND LANCASTER COUNTY)

Grief and support groups are open to anyone in the community experiencing loss or needing support and helpful caregiver tips. Please call 402.486.8506 for confirmation of dates.

  • “Loss of a Loved One Drop-in Grief Group,” held every Monday, 10-11:30 a.m., at the Front Porch Coffee Shop, 5925 Adams St.

  • “Loss of a Loved One Drop-in Grief Group,” held every Wednesday, 1:30-3 p.m., at The Harbor Coffeehouse, 1265 S. Cotner Blvd.

  • “Men’s Drop-in Grief Group,” held every other Friday, March 1, 15 and 29, 1:30-3 p.m., at Hy-Vee deli, 7151 Stacy Ln.

  • “Growing Through Grief” six-week grief support group, will be held Wednesday afternoons, April 3 - May 8, 10-11:30 a.m., at Tabitha, 4720 Randolph St., Lincoln. For questions or to register, contact Ray Boeche, Tabitha Hospice Bereavement Coordinator, at 402.486.8546.

Tabitha invites you to join the Tabitha Hospice team for a Remembrance Service to celebrate the life of your loved one and share in the support of our community. This service will include a special tribute to fallen Veterans and their families. It will be held on Thursday, May 23, 6 p.m., at Tabitha Chapel, 4720 Randolph St. For questions, please contact Pastor Ray Boeche, Tabitha Hospice bereavement coordinator, at 402.486.8546.

Tabitha also offers individual hospice volunteer training throughout Lancaster County. Hospice volunteering is a rewarding opportunity that provides companionship, pet therapy, bereavement support, respite care, light housekeeping, office and clerical support while providing comfort and joy to Tabitha clients. For questions or to learn more about hospice volunteering, contact Tabitha Hospice at 402.486.8506 or email Hospice.Volunteer@Tabitha.org.

 

EAST REGION (NEBRASKA CITY, NE AREA)

Grief and support groups are open to anyone in the community experiencing loss or needing support and helpful caregiver tips. For questions or to register, please call 402.416.7365.

  • “Loss of a Loved One Drop-in Grief Group,” will be held every other Tuesday, March 15 and 19, 1-2 p.m.., at Café Metro, 901 Central Ave., Auburn.

Hospice volunteering is a rewarding opportunity that provides companionship, pet therapy, bereavement support, respite care, light housekeeping, office and clerical support while providing comfort and joy to Tabitha clients. For questions or to learn more about hospice volunteering, contact Tabitha Hospice at 402.486.8506 or email Hospice.Volunteer@Tabitha.org.

 

CENTRAL REGION (YORK, NE AREA)

Grief and support groups are open to anyone in the community experiencing loss or needing support and helpful caregiver tips. For questions, please call 402.362.7739.

  • "Growing through Grief" six-week support group, Mondays, Feb. 25 – Apr. 1, 1:30 and 5:30 p.m., at Columbus Senior Center, 3111 19th St. Two ongoing sessions are available; please attend a time that best suits your needs.

  • “Seward Grief Support Group,” March 12, 5 p.m., at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 1014 N. 6th St.

  • “York Grief Support Group,” March 28, 2 p.m., at Tabitha, 205 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. 101.

Hospice volunteering is a rewarding opportunity that provides companionship, pet therapy, bereavement support, respite care, light housekeeping, office and clerical support while providing comfort and joy to Tabitha clients. For questions or to learn more about hospice volunteering, contact Susan Stearns, Tabitha Hospice volunteer coordinator, at 402.362.7739 or email Susan.Stearns@Tabitha.org.

 

WEST REGION (GRAND ISLAND, NE AREA)

Grief and support groups are open to anyone in the community experiencing loss or needing support and helpful caregiver tips. For questions or to register, please call 402.362.7739.

  • “Aurora Grief Support Group” March 26, 1:30 p.m., at Aurora Methodist Church, 1104 A St.

Hospice volunteering is a rewarding opportunity that provides companionship, pet therapy, bereavement support, respite care, light housekeeping, office and clerical support while providing comfort and joy to Tabitha clients.  For questions or to learn more about hospice volunteering, contact Susan Stearns, Tabitha Hospice volunteer coordinator, at 308.389.6002 or email Susan.Stearns@Tabitha.org.

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