Grief Journey Programs

Wesley Lawton, Grief Support Services Manager, conducts a virtual support group 

Hospice of Michigan understands the significance of losing a loved one and the impact it can have on an individual and is pleased to offer a variety of in-person and virtual programming.

Whether participating in a group or seminar, Hospice of Michigan’s trained grief counselors provide a safe and supportive environment to express feelings, better understand the grief process, and connect with others.

These services are offered at no charge and are available to any community member mourning the loss of a loved one.

Registration is required to attend all groups. The Grief Journey Manager leading the group or seminar will provide the information needed to participate.

Click on the image below to view the current Journey Through Grief Newsletter


Men Overcoming Loss

This support group is for men who are dealing with a loss of any kind. It involves a presentation with group participation for one hour. Join virtually with men across the state from your home computer, or with other men at one of the Hospice of Michigan locations.

Click here to view the the current video and archives.

Camp Good Grief is a free one-day camp for children ages 8-17 who have experienced the death of a loved one. The day combines fun and adventurous activities with grief education and emotional support facilitated by grief professionals and trained volunteers.

There are three opportunities to attend a Camp Good Grief in 2023.

Monday, June 12th at Camp Newaygo, Newaygo, MI
For more information , contact Karen Monts at or 313.578.6326

Friday, July 28th at YMCA Camp Ohiyesa, Holly, MI
For more information, contact Jackie Morris at or 313-578-6328

Friday, August 18th at YMCA Camp Timbers, West Branch, MI
For more information, contact Alexandra Irwin at or 989.358.4295

Click here to register for Camp Good Grief