Grief Resources

The ability to make it through the death of a loved one can be challenging. You may have feelings of shock and disbelief, anger, guilt and depression.

Caring for yourself is not selfish. This period of recovery is different for every person. There is no timetable for grief, so don't compare yourself with others who have lost loved ones. Your life has changed and healing in your own way is important for the health of your mind, body and spirit. It's normal for some days to be better than others.

For information about local grief services, contact us at (512) 869-7775 or by email at [email protected].

A local service that offers help and resources to those who have lost a loved one is a group called Grief Share and you can find out where you can attend meetings in Georgetown and the surrounding areas by visiting known as The Christi Center for those who have lost loved ones. It's mission statement is to provide love, hope,comfort and ongoing support to those who are adjusting to life after the death of a loved one, regardless of circumstances; and to educate the general public regarding the issue of grief and other concerns of the bereaved. is an Internet community of persons dealing with grief, death, and major loss. We have almost 60 e-mail support groups and two websites.

The Grief Watch site was created to provide you with bereavement resources, memorial products and links that can help you through your personal loss. It also serves as an excellent educational tool for all who travel down the road of grief.

The AARP provides information on how to handle to death of a loved one. They cover many topics from legal issues to dealing with personal grief.

Willowgreen.Gathered here is general advice in the areas of grief, illness,transition, and care giving that is designed to offer insight,comfort, and encouragement.

The CenteringCorporation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education and resources for the bereaved. Centering was founded in1977 by Joy and Dr. Marvin Johnson.

"Though grief is a natural and necessary process, it's also an extraordinarily difficult one. We're here to help mourners and those who care for them."
Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D., Director