Bereavement

The Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) is pleased to offer a new resource, In Your Time of Sorrow: A Bereavement Resource, available as a free download.

In Your Time of Sorrow explains that bereaved family members – those experiencing the death of a loved one – are not alone and that they remain a welcome part of the PHA community. This resource also lists ways in which a bereaved person can memorialize their loved one through PHA, for example by having their loved one’s name listed in Pathlight magazine’s Passages section or volunteering for PHA in their memory. Readers will also find other PHA support resources and information about other organizations which specialize in grief and bereavement.

For more information, please contact Support@PHAssociation.org or 301-565-3004 x777.

Telephone Support Group

Sign up for a monthly telephone support group for people experiencing the loss of a loved one – whether your loved one passed recently or long ago, any bereaved person is welcome on this peer support call. Note: not grief counseling.

Beyond PHA Resources

CaringInfo is the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization’s online resource center for grieving families, with free information about grief, including what to expect and where to find support.

Refuge in Grief is an online community hosted by psychotherapist, grief advocate and writer Megan Devine who has created a resource center for grieving people, including free workshops, activities and support.

What’s Your Grief is a website where grief counselors provide information, activities, suggestions and other content, support and resources for people who are grieving. They even have a podcast.

Compassionate Friends is a national, self-help organization for those grieving the loss of a child. Includes a Chapter Locator and supportive online brochures on various aspects of grief.