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In light of the coronavirus pandemic and in the interest of public health, HAND SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS ARE BEING HELD VIRTUALLY until further notice. During this time, HAND remains dedicated to supporting families who've experienced a loss in any way possible. You still have options for support!

1. We are offering peer support services via phone and email. If you wish to be connected with a HAND peer support volunteer, please complete a peer support request form.
2. All chapters are currently offering virtual support group meetings on regularly scheduled meeting days and times. For more information, please email meetings@handsupport.org.

To discuss support options and for updates on support group meetings, please email meetings@handsupport.org and a HAND facilitator will contact you.

Event Category: Parenting After Loss Virtual Support Group Meetings

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).

Many bereaved parents feel uncomfortable participating in parenting forums or playgroups, as their emotional needs and perspectives as bereaved parents often differ from parents who have not experienced loss. Others may have specific questions such as how to support and speak with their living child or children about their deceased sibling(s).