What We Do
There are a wide variety of bereavement resources and strong community programs along the Lakeshore, as well as compassionate listeners who understand grief to walk alongside you. With those resources, paired with any direction you need from us, you can determine the level of support you need, when you need it.
You are invited to Join Gwen Kapcia, LBSW, CT and Keri Verwolf, CT during a 4-week educational series on grief for the adult mourner.
Wednesdays, March 11- April 1, 2020 from 5:15pm - 7:15pm at the Lee Chapel
Space is limited. RSVP today to Keri Verwolf, 231-855-6688 or KeriV@sytsemafh.com
Week 1: What makes it difficult to grieve? What factors influence your personal journey?
Week 2: The major components of grief: a closer look at anger, depression, guilt
Week 3: What the experts say about the healing process
Week 4: Long range goals for healing, managing grief in the years ahead
Walking on Waves: Walking Group
Our next 6-week walking group will take place on Tuesdays from May 26 - June 30, 12noon - 1pm.
This is a casual walk along the Shoreline Trail for any who are experiencing grief related to a death loss. Come enjoy fresh air, companionship, and exercise! No sign-up required. We will meet at the lower parking lot at Fricano Place (1050 W. Western Ave, Muskegon, 49441) See you there!
Sometimes the most helpful resource is a listening ear. This service is completely confidential, and our goal is to help you heal. It would be an honor for us to walk alongside you in this way, at no cost. Contact Keri by phone or email to set up an appointment today. 231-855-6688,email@example.com
Upcoming Events - 2020
March 11 - April 1: Grief Education Series, Wednesdays
May 26 - June 30: Walking on Waves, Tuesdays
July 8 - 10: Camp Anew - Kid's Grief Camp
September 9 - 30: Grief Education Series, Wednesdays
December 1st: Holiday Service of Remembrance
“I like coming here because when I have something to say, people are really listening.”
“Thank you sincerely for sharing our sorrow, your thoughtfulness is appreciated and will always be remembered. ”
“I just wanted to thank you for all of your support of our groups over the last few weeks. I know you, and the entire team, put in a great deal of work behind the scenes to make this all come together. I know that many of us are moving to a better place in our lives because of that work.”
“I just want to let you know how much I appreciate our sessions. It's helpful to talk with someone that's caring and compassionate.”