Our company focuses on the tangible things in a home. And it is so easy to think that we are also experts in the field of death and dying. That type of education is a specialty that although some staff members have worked in we will make referrals to resources that can help people with their grief. Using the internet for local organizations is a good way to start. Here are some other ideas too. Community churches of all faiths, Hospice organizations both for and non-profit, grief centers, nature and of course, counselors. There is no limit on the support a person may need. When we deal with families it is understood that they are grieving. The loss of a loved one can reverberate through our actions making us feel unsteady and overwhelmed. Depending upon whom the person was in someone’s life also impacts the process of dealing with “the stuff”. Again, our staff are not counselors but we are mindful of the process that grief may take. For more information on resources you can call the office or email.