Providence Hospice offers a full range of compassionate response to adults and children who are grieving the loss of a significant person. We realize the importance of acknowledging the unique grieving process of every individual. Included in this acknowledgement is the understanding that grief has no timeline.
We offer a variety of opportunities for ongoing support and education regarding grief, loss, and life adjustments following the death of a significant person. Our purpose is to help individuals, families and communities identify their needs and strengths and to provide them with a supportive presence for up to 15 months after the death.
We believe that people are resilient even when it comes to a significant loss. Sometimes additional support can help those who are grieving. Our services can provide specialized guidance and educational opportunities.
Learn more about grief support services for adults in the following counties:
Providence Grief Support Services offers support for children who are facing or have experienced the loss of a loved one. We honor the philosophy that each child’s needs are unique. Our Master’s level counselors can provide compassionate and knowledgeable support for grieving children and their families.
Our child and teen grief support program is designed to offer a variety of education and support opportunities, including phone consultations, grief support groups, activities and workshops, and individual sessions in the office, home, or school setting, as well as helpful educational material.
Learn more about grief support services for children and teens in the following counties:
Camp Erin is a traditional, high-energy camp that emphasizes fun while also providing support and education to children who are grieving the loss of a loved one. In addition to typical camp activities (evening campfires, nature walks, arts and crafts, games and more), Camp Erin provides opportunities for healing and companionship not found in other settings. Campers engage in activities designed specifically for their age.
Camp Erin® is an overnight camp for children and teens between the ages of 6 to 17 who are grieving the death of a loved one. The camp is named after Erin Metcalf, a 17-year-old patient of Providence Hospice of Snohomish County who died in 2000 and was a close friend of Jamie Moyer (former All-Star pitcher for the Seattle Mariners) and the Moyer family. The Moyers founded Camp Erin in honor of Erin's memory.
Camp Erin is free for all participants, but space is limited and registration is required.
Learn more about Camp Erin in the following counties:
Our services are offered at no charge, thanks to the each ministry’s foundation. We accept both individual donations and grants. Please follow the links below for more information. Phone numbers for each ministry are available on their homepage. We appreciate your support!