VNA’s bereavement services provide guidance during a time of need.

Electing hospice means that patients and families have access to emotional and grief support throughout and after their hospice journey. We understand you and your loved ones will probably go through a wide range of feelings. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, and each person will have his or her own way and timeline for grieving. VNA Hospice offers patients and families grief support through bereavement counselors, non-denominational chaplains and bereavement support groups. The VNA’s bereavement team provides individual counseling, heads support groups and hosts public bereavement events including a Ceremony of Remembrance to help anyone in need of support. These important services that help people through an emotional and difficult journey are fully funded through charitable donations.

VNA bereavement services

Counselors, chaplains, social workers and music therapists provide support and guidance for patients and families who are affected from a life-limiting illness. Having a wide range of disciplines and professionals available for help allows for the VNA to offer a wider range of service.

If you would like to make a donation to support the VNA’s Bereavement Program, click here.

To learn more about the VNA’s Hospice services, including the Hospice House, visit

“The people here really, really care. I’m just grateful that the VNA is here.”
Dennis H.