Many people who attend a funeral often reflect on how they want to be remembered or are interested in learning more about the grief process. That is why we want to offer you free resources to help you plan ahead or discover more about coping with grief.

Planning ahead for funeral wishes can take the burden off your family at a time of loss. Your local funeral home can help you set up a plan for you or a family member. Fill out the form below to request a meeting with your local preplanning specialist.

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Healing & Meaningful Funerals eBook

This eBook explains why funerals are important and how to plan a funeral that meets the needs of a family following a loss. It features noted author, educator, and grief counselor Dr. Alan Wolfelt, who explains the key role funerals play in the healing journey.

To gain access to your FREE “Healing & Meaningful Funerals” eBook, fill out the form below!

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Veterans eBook

This eBook contains valuable information about burial benefits available to veterans. The Veterans Administration (VA) offers financial assistance and benefits that can help veterans plan a healing and meaningful funeral ceremony.

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Losing a loved one is one of the hardest experiences in life. Individual counseling, local grief support groups, and online websites may help in working through your grief. The resources listed below are here to support you through your journey through grief.

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30-Day Grief Journal

With this 30-day journal, you can take things day by day and process your emotions a little bit at a time. We hope this journal helps you find peace and comfort as you work through your feelings of grief and find a way to move forward after loss.

To gain access to your FREE 30-Day Grief Journal, fill out the form below!

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Online Resources

Below are a few online resources you might find helpful.

WidowNet is an online information and self-help resource for, and by, widows and widowers. Topics covered include grief, bereavement, recovery, and other related topics., Help for Coping with Loss Types: Child, Mother, Father, Wife, Husband, Mate, Pet, Friend, Sibling, Sister & Brother is a forum resource with more than 45,000 active members. Topics range from terminal illness and sudden death to the loss of a pet.

MISS Foundation is a volunteer-run non-profit organization that supports people of all ages through the process of grieving the death of a child.

Recover From Grief provides information about the grieving process as well as coping strategies.

The Grief Toolbox offers articles, other resources, an online art gallery, and a support group locator to help support individuals in the grieving process.

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