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Heron Hospice Society offers safe and supportive programs to the residents of Delta and Tsawwassen First Nation Lands while providing opportunities to connect with other community members who are also grieving the loss of a loved one. Programs are offered at no cost however pre-registration is required for most programs.

NEW - Grief Support - Healing through Creating - Art Therapy Program

Enjoy a safe and supportive environment where those navigating grief can come together and express their emotions through art. This program is guided by a trained art therapist and clinical counsellor. Engage in therapeutic art activities to help foster emotional healing and build a sense of community. HHSD is offering a 5 week Art Therapy Grief Support Program for individuals 18+. No art experience necessary, supplies will be provided

  • July 2 - July 30, 2024

  • Tuesdays  4:00 - 5:30 pm

Yoga: Moving Through Grief 

Engage in the practice of yoga, with sessions crafted to incorporate gentle movements tailored for clients navigating the challenges of grief.  The series provides an opportunity to promote well being through the harmonious union of breath, movement and mindfulness.

  • August 15 - September 26, 2024

  • Thursdays  11:00 - noon

Walking Bereavement Group

Walk together around our community alongside our trained companion volunteers.  This program offers the combination of physical exercise, fresh air, and social connection.

  • June 12 - July 31, 2024

  • Wednesdays  10:00 -11:30 am

Coffee and Connection 

Enjoy a home-baked snack and warm drink while connecting with other Delta residents and our trained companion volunteers, who offer a listening ear and a compassionate presence.    No registration required.  Drop in.

  • Ongoing

  • Tuesdays 10:00 - 11:30 am

Registration is required for most programs, please call 604-245-7380 or email info@heronhospice.org

 

All group sessions are held at 4631 Clarence Taylor Crescent, Delta, at no cost to Delta and Tsawwassen First Nation residents.

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