High Point University’s Willed Body Program understands that after the death of a loved one, each new day can present itself with different struggles. Below are a few resources that we believe will help you on this difficult path of grief. Please know that you are not alone, and others have gone through similar feelings and emotions after their own loss. Although we can never begin to understand your pain, we want you to know that we are here to help in any way we can. If you have any questions, or need other resources, please do not hesitate to call us at 336-841-LIFE (5433).


A ministry of Church Initiative that offers group sessions so  you do not have to walk alone through one of life’s most difficult experiences. To find a group near you, please click here.

They also offer “A Season of Grief” 365 daily emails that provide encouragement and reminders of the recovery process. Click below to view a preview of Day 1.




Hospice of the Piedmont

Hospice of the Piedmont offers grief support for adults and children grounded in compassionate listening and practical guidelines for healing at their Grief Counseling Center. Sessions can be done on an individual/family basis or during in a group setting.

Grief support is available to the families of Hospice patients, as well as anyone in the community who has suffered a death-related loss. All services are offered free of charge.