Holiday bereavement support classes and events
Christmas Memorial Service
Date: Thursday, December 18
Location: Community Hospital South Education Center (conf rooms 1-4)
Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
Register: RSVP to sanders3@eCommunity.com or call 317-887-7434
How Do I Get Through the Holidays?
Dates: Thursdays, December 4, 11, 18
Location: Community Health Pavilion Shadeland, Community Room, 2040 N. Shadeland Ave., Indianapolis
Time: 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Register: Register online or call 800-777-7775.
CarePages: Support for your journey
If you're facing a healthcare challenge, try a free, private CarePages.com website to communicate with family, friends and colleagues, share photos and messages, and connect with others for support.
Grief is a normal part of the emotional process of illness and loss. Whether it's a spouse, family member, other loved one or yourself, the most important thing to remember is that you're not alone in the grieving process. Community Health Network has a number of options for coping with the grief that comes with illness or death so you can get the help that's right for you and your family.
Hospice care patients and their families often must deal with feelings of grief during a long illness and the process of home care. Community Home Health In-Touch programs offer six-week long and monthly grief support groups open to the public. The groups are open to any adult and are available to offer support, initial grief counseling and connections to further community resources. In-Touch bereavement and grief services >>
Community Healing Hearts: Youth grief
We provide grief support and education to children and adolescents in the grieving process as well as proactive and preventive care services. School-based grief services also available. Community Healing Hearts >>
Camp Erin® Indianapolis
Camp Erin offers bereavement support for children and teens during a week-long summer camp. About Camp Erin® >>
Cancer support - general
In partnership with Cancer Support Community, cancer support groups offer support for patients and families in east and south Indianapolis. Find a group >>
Breast cancer support groups
These groups, located in north and south Indianapolis, welcome all women who are currently facing or have faced challenges in life due to a breast cancer diagnosis. Our goal is to provide an environment that offers both educational and emotional support. Please feel free to bring friends and family members for additional support. Breast cancer support group information >>
Breast health navigators
Breast health navigators are available to answer questions concerning breast health, provide education and support, coordinate care as needed, and prepare breast cancer patients for survivorship. Navigators provide continuity for patients and their families throughout their healthcare experience during what can be a very stressful time in a woman’s life. Learn more about breast health navigators >>
Life’s Journey: Choices in Care is a support-based program intended for people facing complex symptoms, pain, psychological and spiritual issues. By partnering with your doctors and health care team, the Life’s Journey program can do many things, including support you in managing your spiritual and social needs and provide comfort for you and your family as you journey through life with your chronic disease. Learn more about Life's Journey >>
Open Arms: Pregnancy loss support
Grief from the loss of a pregnancy or death of a newborn is often hard for family and friends to understand, especially grieving that continues for several months. Open Arms extends support to families who experience a pregnancy or newborn loss. This free program offers many different services to help families grieve in a way that meets their specific needs. Learn more about Open Arms >>
Pastoral and spiritual care services
Pastoral care services are provided without violating an individual's religious and faith traditions. Chaplains serve by assisting patients in mobilizing their personal, spiritual resources and religious faith to progress towards health. They help to provide pastoral care, counseling and sacraments. They also assist with ethical concerns and advance directives. Chaplains are available at all Community hospitals.
- Community Home Health Hospice: 317-562-2914
- Community Hospital East: 317-355-5654 | Learn more >>
- Community Hospital North: 317-621-5282 | Learn more >>
- Community Hospital South: 317-887-7169
- Community Heart and Vascular Hospital: 317-621-8080 | Learn more >>
- Community Howard Regional Health: 765-453-8487 | Learn more >>
- Community Westview Hospital: 317-513-4920 | Learn more >>
Symptom Management Group
The Symptom Management Group helps treat the emotional and physical challenges of cancer and chronic disease. Make an appointment >>