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Grief Support

We understand that losing a loved one can be an overwhelming and painful experience. The grieving process can be complicated and difficult to navigate alone, but you don't have to do it alone. Our team of experienced grief support professionals is here to provide you with the support, resources, and tools you need to cope with your loss and to find a way forward. We offer a variety of grief support services tailored to meet your unique needs and help you find comfort and healing during this challenging time. Whether you are a family member, friend, or caregiver of someone who has passed away, we are here to help you through your grief journey.


Support Groups


Educational Resources

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Alyssa Jenkins

Bereavement Coordinator

Helping someone through grief? Check out Alyssa's favorite video with tips to help a grieving loved one.

BSA Hospice of the Southwest's Grief Support Program is not a crisis center. Our phone is not staffed 24-hours a day. If you feel you need immediate intervention or are at risk of self-harm please call:

  • Mental Health Emergency service, please call 911, ask for a CIT Police Officer or visit NWTH Emergency room.

  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255 En Espanol: 1-888-628-9454 or text 988

  • Texas Panhandle Center Crisis Hotline 806-359-6699  Toll free: 1-800-692-4039

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