Rainbows: Grief & Loss Kids Group

We hear you, you are not alone.

What does a Youth Program Worker do?

Heart on the Hill’s Family Support Worker’s are excited to offer “Rainbows; Grief & Loss” Group. This group will provide much needed support to children, and their parents in the Ladysmith community as they grieve and deal with changes in their family life.

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Trained Family Support workers will facilitate small groups once a week, over the course of 12 weeks. Who will attend which group will be determined before the start date.

The week's topics should help kids and parents feel listened to and cared for as they explore feelings, develop coping skills, all while building relationships within their groups. The kids love the activities, journals, games, snacks, and the fact that their community cares!

“Grief and Loss” may include: divorce, separation from family members, death of a pet, death or loss of a family member…

What Is Involved?

  • 12-week group
  • Games and activities
  • Arts and crafts
  • Explore feelings and develop coping skills
  • Snack and drink provided

The program is offered based on community needs and referrals.

Location: Ladysmith Resource Centre (time and date to be confirmed).

Please please contact Lacey Redding for registration information.

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