Grief Support


As one passes through the various stages of grief, sometimes it becomes evident that they need to pursue the help of others in coping with their grief.   Everyone grieves differently. Each person or family must decide when they need to pursue outside help in coping with their grief.

 On this page we offer a listing of various resources available to a grieving person in our community. Click on the appropriate hyperlink in the right column and you will be directed to the website of each of these organizations where you will find an explanation of the services they offer. We make no representation as to the ability of any of these organizations to meet your specific needs, but offer them only as a starting place for you to consider.

A year of daily grief support

Our support in your time of need does not end after the funeral services.  Enter your email below to receive a grief support message from us each day for a year.  You can unsubscribe at any time.




Broome County Council of Churches - Broome County Council of Churches

Jewish Federation of Broome County - http://www.jfgb.org/jfed2/recipient-orgs

Catholic Charities of Broome County - Catholic Charities of Broome County

Family and Children's Society - Family and Children's Society

Samaritan Counseling Center - samaritanendicott.com

Comfort Coaching by Sharon Fisher - www.comfortcoachingconnection.com

Sesame Street - "When Families Grieve"- www.sesameworkshop.org/grief

Loss of a Child - Compassionate Friends - www.compassionatefriends.org


Shiva is a mourning period observed by members of the Jewish faith for 7 days commencing from the day of burial. If you are seeking information on planning or coordinating Shiva, or wish to familiarize yourself with proper etiquette and customs involved with sitting or attending Shiva, please visit  www.shivaconnect.com

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