Center for Grief and Loss

Care and Support After the Loss of a Loved One

Grief shapes a new way of living after a loss.
We provide the space for healing those suffering from grief and loss.

Our grief support is built around a simple belief: Grief is normal and necessary. It is part of our human condition, and we must go through it in the wake of profound loss. Coping with the roller coaster of emotions and reactions can seem overwhelming at times. That’s why Pikes Peak Hospice offers a variety of support services for adults, teens and children to help explore, understand and express the grief that is unique to you.

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You Are Not Alone

No one knows exactly what you’re feeling, and no one can make grief go away. It belongs to you alone. But that doesn’t mean you have to go through it alone. Each person’s experience of loss and their journey through grief is unique. Support from others dealing with loss and an experienced guide will help you walk through common themes and coping strategies that have helped others.

Everyone is welcome at our Center for Grief and Loss – whether you have been involved with hospice or not. If you’ve had a loss, we are here for you.

Grief Support Services

Finding the Grief Support that is Right for You

The Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care Center for Grief and Loss offers a range of grief support services so family members can find the approach that’s right for them.


Adult Grief Support

We offer individual grief counseling and support groups that bring grieving people together for an opportunity to connect with and gain strength from others who have experienced similar types of losses.


Children & Teen Grief Support

The Children’s Grief Support program is designed to create an atmosphere that is emotionally safe so kids can explore and express their feelings.

Special Grief Offerings & Events

Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care Center for Grief and Loss offers special events and programs to support families who have lost a loved one in our care. These services are also available to community members.

Taking the First Step

Call us and we can develop a support plan that is right for you, 719.633.3400, option #5. You can also reach us by email at

Additional Grief Support


to educate community partner and providers about grief and loss

Books and Articles

for adults, children, and teens


to outside grief counseling as needed

“Journeys” Newsletter

Journeys is a grief newsletter containing articles about coping with loss, mailed to families of Pikes Peak Hospice patients throughout the 13 months following the death of their loved one. The letters offer comforting information and resources, covering a variety of topics related to the grief journey. This series is available to non-hospice families for a small fee.

Grief Support Group FAQs

What can I expect during the group sessons?

All meetings are led by our Pikes Peak Hospice Bereavement Counselor. During each hospice bereavement support group session, participants learn tools to help them work through their grief, regain a sense of purpose, value, and joy.

How often do the groups meet?

Weekly, for two hours per session. Each group runs for six weeks.

Who can join a support group?

The grief support groups are open to the public and there is no cost to attend.

When can you start attending sessions?

At the beginning of each group session, new participants are encouraged to join and participate for the entirety of the series. After week two, the group becomes a private, closed group for the remaining weeks.

Celebrating life and honoring life is core to our mission.

Our Center for Grief and Loss shares in this devotion to life. We celebrate life by honoring the life that was lost, and the life that lives on within the hearts of those who loved them.

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