The unexpected loss of a loved one can be devastating. The emotional impact is hard enough, but the stacking-up of financial stress and other responsibilities can quickly seem impossible to overcome. Wrongful death support groups and grieving centers can help you move on confidently. Fortunately, there are many of these support groups in Idaho:
What are Wrongful Death Support Groups?
All wrongful death cases are unique, as are the emotions felt by those who’ve lost someone close to them. But there are helpful resources for every situation. The community of a support group can be comforting and motivating.
Wrongful death support groups and centers all strive to provide safe and supportive environments. However, they all function differently, and you should explore different options to find what best addresses your needs. The approaches of these groups range from expressive therapies like creating art and music to psychological counseling.
Most support groups are volunteer, non-profit organizations that aim only to help people in need. Some offer the paid services of professional therapists and counselors.
How Can a Support Group Help Me?
These groups give grieving people the opportunity to identify, discuss, and cope with the seemingly insurmountable emotions that come after the death of a loved one. Their welcoming attitudes and informal structures can be a pleasant relief from constant stress. Wrongful death support groups can help you get back on your feet — emotionally, mentally, and financially.
Treasure Wellness is a group of professional counselors in Boise who provide services like the following:
- Affordable Individual, Couple, and Family Counseling
- $20 per session
- Consultations and Referrals
- Group Experiences
- Educational Opportunities
Kids Count Too!
Kids Count Too! is a child-focused support group.
“Any child old enough to love is old enough to grieve… recovering from a loss takes time and it has been shown that community is essential to help children get back their lives.”
This quote from their website sums up their mission to provide grieving children the support they need to keep going.
Touchstone is a non-profit support group for grieving children and teens.
Touchstone meets twice a month at the Warm Springs Counseling Center in Boise. The kids discuss their struggles and do activities to learn coping skills. They also offer parent-peer sessions that help parents and children make progress together.
Wrongful Death Support Groups in Your City
Here are some local support groups throughout Idaho:
- Blackfoot Christian Fellowship | 2550 Rose Rd, Blackfoot ID | Sundays 6-8 p.m. (ends April 24, 2016)
- Gate City Christian Church | 202 W. Siphone Road | Saturdays 10 a.m.-12 p.m. (ends April 2016)
- Eagle Christian Church | 100 Short Road | Tuesdays 7-8:30 p.m. (ends April 2016)
- Faith Presbyterian Church | 9485 N. Maple St | Wednesdays 10 a.m.-12 p.m. (ends February 2016)
- Meridian Assembly of God | 1830 North Linder Road | Tuesdays 7-8:30 p.m. (starts March 1, 2016)
- Twin Falls
- Twin Falls Reformed Church | 1631 Grandview Drive North | Mondays 7-8:30 (ends March 2016)
If a loved-one suffered a wrongful death, you may be able to win a settlement and cover the resulting emotional and financial damage it caused. We are committed to working for you and getting you the help you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation.