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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: We didn’t use Cleveland Clinic hospice/hospital services. Can I still get bereavement support?
A: Yes. Cleveland Clinic provides educational resources and support groups to anyone who has experienced a loss through death. We welcome the opportunity to help you and your family through this difficult time.
Q: What kind of programs do you have for children?
A: We offer Memorial Services/Activities that support children in their grief as well as referral to Cleveland Area agencies who specialize in assisting children, teens and their parents.
Camp Promise is a free camp for children, ages 6-11. Creative child-friendly activities are used to assist children in expressing their grief reactions after the death of a significant loved one. Children learn to manage and understand their significant loss through creative play.
Educational materials available upon request.
Q: Beyond specific grief and bereavement resources, are there any other additional resources that can help promote my health and wellness as I move through the grief process?
A: Yes. Cleveland Clinic offers year round wellness activities for the public and individual appointments through the Center for Integrative Medicine that promote healing and stress management through the grief process.
Q: Are there fees for bereavement services provided through the Cleveland Clinic enterprise?
A: There are no fees presently attached to bereavement services.
Q: How can I learn more about the bereavement services offered?
A: Our comprehensive web site offers a guide to supports offered.
You may contact the bereavement department at 330.668.4672 or 800.335.1455 ext. 84672 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. for help and support. For support after-hours and on weekends you can call the Grief & Bereavement Hotline at 844.20.GRIEF (844.204.7433).