On-Line Grief Support
Join us on-line
The First Monday of Each Month
Contact: Linda Findlay
Please register below:
Please register to join our on-line monthly support group meeting. Your email will not be used for any other purpose.
Please arrive on time-session will begin promptly five minutes after the start time.
Please mute your mic. You have the option to turn off your camera.
You have the option of calling in if you don't want to use a computer device.
Please call Linda Findlay if you have any questions about the on-line support group!
Coping With Grief: 115 Grief Support Websites
Grief occurs in everyone’s life at one time or another. The death of a parent, partner, or of a child, can cause almost unbearable emotional pain, and knowing how to cope with that grief is important for ensuring that the emotional distress doesn’t lead to depression or cause deeper psychological damage.
By accessing the link below, you will find the best online resources for coping with grief and bereavement. With the internet being so widely used, people who are grieving have turned to the internet to find help, support, or someone to share their pain with. These sites can be useful both for people suffering from grief, and those who offer them support.
Listed & Provided By:
Listing of a resource does not imply an endorsement by Mourning Discoveries,
Woodlawn Funeral Home, Forest Funeral Home or Masters In Counseling;
we are only providing useful information sources for the bereaved.
Disclaimer: The books available on this website are not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. The reader should regularly consult a physician in matters relating to his/her health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.
The Most Important Thing You Can Do For Your Family
Completing a Planning Guide can help support your loved ones at a time when they need it most. Knowing and following your wishes can alleviate the decision-making stress, and allow your survivors to focus on their emotional needs and on other family matters that may arise during difficult times.
For Pre-Planing Information at
Once you click to download the planning guide, please save it to your desktop. From there you will be able to open the book and fill it out.
When completed, please email it to us at: