New Hope’s “Circle of Hope” programs provide compassionate support for grieving families. Recognizing that when someone we love dies; it affects our entire family. Unfortunately, grieving children are often “invisible mourners.” This happens because a parent must navigate their own grief journey in addition to helping their child through grief. Our programs provide a family-centered approach to grief support by investing in children, supporting parents, and strengthening the family.
The death of a parent can be extremely difficult. You don’t have to go through the grief alone. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers two programs for individuals who have lost a parent. These programs provide a safe space to share your grief with others who have experience a similar loss. There is no cost to attend either of these programs.
Grief after the death of a child is incredibly difficult. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers several programs and peer led support for parents who have lost a child, providing support and a safe space to talk about your grief and the challenges you face with others who have experienced a similar loss. There is no cost to attend any of these sessions.
Opportunity to meet monthly with local parents-explore topics in parenting and emotional well being.
Overbooked meets the third Thursday of each month 7-8 pm via Zoom. The Northville District Library has Limited copies of each title available as well as access to the selections in ebook and audiobook formats.
Hosted by the Northville Youth Network (NYN). Look for upcoming dates in the Fall season.