Grief Support

At Bayside we are here to help you heal when someone loved dies. Please see the resources below.

Events

Night of Remembrance

November 10
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Please join us with other Bayside families who are navigating the holiday season while missing a loved one. This will be a special program of honor and remembrance on the […]

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Date & Time TBD
Bayside Folsom Campus
Free

For anyone who is going through, helping someone go through, or just wants to learn more about the grieving process. Grief is something we all go through and is not just defined by loss of life. Grief can come from the loss of a job, divorce, or even a diagnosis of an illness. We will be learning, caring, sharing, and going through the healing process together.

Contact GriefShare Support Group, HERE. Questions? Email Greg Diggs at gdiggs28@sbcglobal.net.

Tuesdays | Next 8-week Series starts March 2022!
Call Pam for Time and Location
15 Voluntary Fee

Pam Brubaker | 916-300-8776 | pambrubaker@comcast.net
An 8-week series held in March and September in a group setting that provides help in understanding grief and how to manage it with hope.
Resources and phone support available.

Every Sunday
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Online Zoom Meetings
Free

Contact Helen Hagstrom at hehagstrom@gmail.com or 916-223-3012 for registration and Zoom Link.

You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. GriefShare is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life. You are welcome to join any session, as each session is “self-contained,” so you don’t have to attend in sequence.

Let’s Go Traveling!

First Sundays: On Hold but can call for support!
Deb & John Kirkpatrick | 530-888-6912 | dkirk175@gmail.com
Do you like to travel and experience the flavor of foods from other countries? Well, here is the perfect opportunity to get out on the town! This group is for men and women dealing with grief from the loss of a loved one. We will meet monthly at a different restaurant complimenting a different country.


Bayside Weekenders for Women

Last Saturdays: On Hold but can call for support!
Deb Kirkpatrick | 530-888-6912 | dkirk175@gmail.com
Once a month set aside some time with friends for an outing to some interesting local attractions! A museum, a concert, or a popular new place to eat – you name it! Women, who have experienced the loss of a loved one and are looking for a little companionship are invited to attend. The cost of each outing will vary based on the activity chosen as a group.


Widower’s Ministry

For more information contact David Sieminski at 916-917-0758 or email at: david.sieminski65@gmail.com
A casual, once monthly meeting of widowed men. The purpose of this group is to provide a friendly environment for any and all widowed men who are needing the social interaction of other widowers – a safe place to speak from the heart! We meet at various restaurants each month at 4 pm and occasionally in private homes.

Call CARE office for application: (916) 746-8602

Private counseling sessions via application for individuals/families that need some short-term assistance with the grieving process.

California Victim Compensation Program
800-777-9229 | Placer County
www.victims.ca.gov
Available to help victims of crime with certain costs, such as a funeral, medical & dental, mental health counseling, relocation, & crime scene cleanup.

Friends for Survival
www.friendsforsurvival.org
Contact Marilyn Koenig |  (916) 392-0664
Available to help those in grief who have lost a loved one to suicide.

Children’s Bereavement Art Group
www.checksutterfirst.org/children/services
(916) 797-7850
Offered through Sutter-Roseville Hospital.
Available to help children & young adults (ages 4-16) process their grief through art work.

Sharing Parents
www.sharingparents.org
(916) 424-5150
Available to help parents whose babies have died from the time of conception through early infancy.