Grieving With Grace Support Groups
Coming together with others who understand
If you feel the need for support to work through grief after the passing of a loved one, rest assured that you are not alone. Many individuals face challenges after the loss of a loved one without a place to turn. Grief groups are excellent resources for those who are struggling and need a safe place to work through the grieving process.
The grief support groups listed below welcome anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one, regardless of whether it was recently or many years ago. They are closed support groups limited to 8-10 people. Participants commit to meeting once a week for 8 weeks. Registration is required. Continue reading for additional group details and registration information.
Grief Support Group Details
To register for any of the grief support groups above, please reach out to Deb Hadley, Knute Nelson Hospice Bereavement Manager. She can be reached via email at email@example.com or by phone at (320) 759-3438. The registration deadline is January 5th, 2024.
For additional grief resources and support group options, visit our bereavement page.
Published December 26th, 2023
About Deb Hadley
Deb Hadley, the Bereavement Manager at Knute Nelson Hospice, holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree of Education, Death and Grief Certification, and Grief to Gratitude Coaching Certification. With a diverse background as an Educator, Hospice Volunteer Coordinator, Hospice Spiritual Care Provider, and now Hospice Bereavement Manager, Hadley is passionate about guiding individuals through grief.
Driven by personal experience through the loss of her children, Kaylie and Tyler, she believes in the possibility of healing after deep pain. Her journey from loss to purpose fuels her commitment to helping others find joy and meaning. Grounded in faith, Hadley integrates Christian values into her work, bringing connection to those she serves. Residing in Alexandria with her husband Scott, Deb cherishes family, enjoying lake life, playing guitar, and finding inspiration in the Bible. Her story exemplifies resilience, faith, and the transformative power of helping others navigate grief.