Supportive Services provides social, psychological, spiritual and practical support to those in our community and in our residential hospice who have a life limiting illness, their family members and those grieving the death of a significant other. We offer a variety of services to address the unique needs of those in our community. All services are offered FREE of charge to the Sarnia-Lambton Community.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some services continue to be temporarily suspended. These include:
- Day Hospice
- Complementary Therapies
- Children’s Bereavement Groups
Other programs have been adapted and are still available either in-person, virtually or by telephone. These include:
- Public Education
- Individual Counselling for adults and children
- Adult Bereavement Groups
- Volunteer Visiting Telephone Support
- Teen Bereavement Groups
Contact us for more information on our services or to complete an intake with one of our coordinators at 519-337-0537 or email at email@example.com
Illness and Caregiver support: ext. 126
Adult bereavement support: ext. 123
Caring Hearts Children's Program: ext. 123
If you are living with a life limiting illness or caring for some who is, you can be matched with a volunteer who will provide companionship and support over the telephone.
Our peer support groups for adults who are grieving the death of a significant other are now being offered online.
A virtual caregiver drop in for those caring for loved ones with a life limiting illness is held twice a month.
We are now offering virtual counselling to children and youth who are anticipating the death of a significant person or are grieving the death of a loved one. Consultation for adults who are caring for a grieving child/youth is also available.
Short term counselling services for those with a life limiting illness, those caring for them or those who are grieving the death of a significant person is now available to the community by telephone or virtually