Grief and Bereavement Services
Community Home Health is pleased to offer you many bereavement services. We are available to offer support, initial grief counseling and connections to further community resources. We really care about you and would like to be a part of your healing journey!
For support, we offer drop-in groups as well as six-week sessions at various locations throughout our service area; we hope you will find the type of support group that best fits your needs and the location that is most appropriate.
For more information or bereavement support, call InTouch Bereavement and Grief Services at 317-621-4646 or toll free at 800-404-4852. You can also e-mail us at InTouch@eCommunity.com.
In-Touch Bereavement Services offers a variety of grief and loss support groups throughout the year at various locations in Central Indiana. These groups are available to anyone who has experienced a loss and desires support.
Widow and widower group (weekly)
No registration is needed for this weekly group, just come and join us. This is a safe place to come and be with others who understand what it is like to lose a spouse or significant other.
Location: 8501 E. 56th St., Community Health Pavilion Ft. Ben, Indianapolis
Time: Tuesdays, 1 to 3 p.m.
General grief and loss group (monthly)
This monthly drop-in group for general grief and loss is open to anyone in the community and does not require registration.
Location (new for 2018): Community Health Pavilion Washington, 3rd Floor Conference Room, 7910 E. Washington St., Indianapolis
Time (new day for 2018): First Thursday of each month, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
These groups meet one day a week for six consecutive weeks. Groups are FREE, but registration is limited to 8 participants. Our groups are designed to develop trust and a true connection with others who "get" you! To register, please call 800-777-7775, register online, or email InTouch@eCommunity.com.
- General Grief and Loss
- May 7 - June 11
- Community Health Pavilion County Line, 333 E. County Line Rd., Greenwood
- Monday, 1 to 3 p.m.
- Loss of Parent
- May 8 - June 12
- Community Heart and Vascular Hospital, 8075 N. Shadeland Ave., Indianapolis
- Tuesday, 6:30 to 8 p.m.
- Loss of Spouse
- May 9 - June 13
- Community Health Pavilion Saxony, 13121 Olio Rd., Fishers
- Wednesday, 1 to 3 p.m.
- General Grief and Loss
- May 10 - June 14
- Community Health Pavilion Washington, 7910 E. Washington St., Indianapolis
- Thursday, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Memorials and Events
A variety of free events focused on remembrance and healing are held throughout the year. Call In-Touch Bereavement staff at 317-621-4646 with any questions regarding these events or other offerings. Some events offer online registration (will be noted by event info).
Community has two unique newsletters offering education, validation and connection to bereaved families in our community: InTouch Bereavement for loss of a loved one and Connections of Hope for loss of pregnancy or infant. Newsletters are free and mailed several times throughout the year. We care about you and we are here when you need us. Please consider signing up today.
Community Healing Hearts
We provide grief support and education to children and adolescents in the grieving process. Through proactive and preventive care services, our goal is to prevent the need for long-term support services or mental health treatment. School-based grief services also available.
Camp Erin® Indianapolis
Camp Erin Indy is a free, weekend bereavement camp for children and teens ages 6‐17 who are grieving the death of someone close to them. It is a fun, traditional camp combined with grief education, peer bonding, and emotional support led by grief support professionals and trained volunteers. Camp Erin Indy is part of The Moyer Foundation’s national Camp Erin program.
For more information or bereavement support, call In-Touch Bereavement and Grief Services at 317-621-4646 or toll free at 800-404-4852. You can also e-mail us at InTouch@eCommunity.com.
Make an honor or memorial gift
Perhaps there is someone important in your life who has braved a tough journey. Or maybe you want to celebrate the memory of a loved one. This is a meaningful way to honor or remember someone special while also making a direct impact in the lives of other patients.