Everyone deals with the loss of a loved one in a different way.

Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice believes all people deserve access to services that can enhance quality of life. We are proud to offer bereavement services and programs that help people cope with grief due to the loss of a loved one. All bereavement services are offered free of charge.

Current Program Offerings:

8 week Adult General Grief Groups

In-Person Group – Lewiston starting Thursday April 14th 1:00-2:30

 To register, please click here: Register Today

Join us at our upcoming Restorative Retelling Grief Support Group for adult family members and friends suffering from traumatic grief. This group is for those navigating their grief as a result of a loved one’s sudden death due to homicide, overdose, suicide, motor vehicle accident, or medical event.
• 10 week group located in Lewiston
• This group begins Tuesday April 12th and is held from 5:30-7:00pm
• To register, please contact Amy Dulac, Bereavement Coordinator 207-795-9486 or amy.dulac@androscoggin.org

This one-day retreat is designed to bring together grieving children and teens ages 6 to 17, as well as the key support people in their lives, who have experienced the loss of a loved one or are living with a loved one with a terminal illness.

The goal of the daylong camp is to offer support to all who have experienced a loss, to educate those attending about the grieving process, and to help families feel comfortable having sometimes difficult conversations about death and loss. The retreat is led by specially trained counselors and volunteers within a supportive environment in order to help meet the unique needs of grieving children, teens, and adults.

The camp is open to hospice families, as well as families in the community who have experienced the loss of a loved one or are anticipating a loss. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult.

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The loss of her husband of nearly 51 years left Yvette Boivin feeling overwhelmed. Learning of Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice’s Pathways Through Grief support group enabled her to change her perspective on life and gave her a new focus. “During the eight-week session, I learned there are so many aspects to grieving, so many questions you need answered. I learned that it’s okay to be sad and more importantly, it’s okay to be happy. My husband would want that.” –  Yvette Boivin, support group participant