Grief Support

Change and loss are natural in the cycle of life. We experience grief and emotional distress with any significant loss. Support from those with experience in dealing with personal loss can help ease the pain and promote healing.” – from the Kara website.
If anyone has additional resources that would help in the grieving process, please forward the information to the Schreiber family or post it on the blog and we will update this page accordingly.

Kara
Kara is a center based in Palo Alto, California offering compassionate peer support and education to individuals, families and organizations coping with death and dying.  Their mission is to empower children, teens and adults to find their way through grief so that they can rebuild their lives with renewed hope and meaning. You can visit their website for great resources and to get in touch with more local support groups.
website. http://www.kara-grief.org
telephone. (650-321-5272)

Daily Support
Dan’s friends and community members are welcome to gather every day from at least 6:00-6:30pm at Common Ground Food Co-op in Urbana, IL to support each other during this time. Grief is a difficult thing- you don’t have to do it alone! Bring your laughter, tears, stories, and share how you are doing.

Shrine
Visit the shrine outside the Common Ground Food Co-op in Urbana, IL. It will be there until 8/6/10. You are invited to bring remembrances or share a message in chalk on the sidewalk. No lit candles, please. Stay as long as you’d like.

Daily Support
Dan’s friends and community members are welcome to gather every day from at least 6:00-6:30pm at Common Ground Food Co-op in Urbana, IL to support each other during this time. Grief is a difficult thing- you don’t have to do it alone! Bring your laughter, tears, stories, and share how you are doing.

Shrine
Visit the shrine outside the Common Ground Food Co-op in Urbana, IL. It will be there until 8/6/10. You are invited to bring remembrances or share a message in chalk on the sidewalk. No lit candles, please. Stay as long as you’d like.