Community Hospice offers grief support to family and friends of loved ones who have lost their lives due to an opioid related overdose.
Is MOOD Right For Me?
Do you have feelings of sadness, guilt, shame, anger, isolation, doubt, denial, love or even relief? If you or someone you know feel some or all of these emotions after the loss of someone close, you may be experiencing common symptoms of grief. Individuals who have experienced the death of someone important in their lives due to opioid overdose, have many unique needs. This life-changing event can often be complicated, dealing with the trauma of death itself and the feelings that come with opioid addiction. Our grief specialists are experienced and educated on addiction and bereavement for survivors of opioid overdose death loss. Community Hospice is honored to come alongside family and friends, providing support and guidance as they travel their grief journey.
How Can Mood Help?
Our compassionate grief specialists are here to meet your individual needs. Participants will be screened to help us gain an understanding of your loss and learn how we can best assist you. Our approach includes both individual grief support and group sessions. Support will help participants:
- Acknowledge trauma
- Educate and discuss addiction and its impact
- Explore healthy ways to express grief
- Explore meaningful rituals
- Help accept the reality and circumstances of death
- Provide support to decrease stigma and isolation
- Validate grief reactions and symptoms
- Remember, honor and say goodbye
Is There A Cost?
MOOD services may be covered by your insurance plan or you may choose to pay privately. Please contact your insurance company for coverage and benefits that may be available to you. If you are experiencing financial hardship we may be able to help.
How Do I Learn More?
MOOD is a grief support program for anyone who has had a family member or close friend pass away due to an opioid overdose. You are not alone. As many of us are aware, opioid use deaths are on the rise. The communities in the Central Valley region have seen a death rate increase each year due to opioid overdose. Community Hospice is here to help promote and support a healthier, stronger community.
To learn more about MOOD call 209.578.6300 or complete the form below.