What Now? Living Life After a Death or Trauma

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Find the Help You Need after Experiencing Loss

We all respond to death and traumatic incidents in different ways. There is no right or wrong way to feel. Sometimes we don’t know how to talk about what happened and aren’t sure how we’re supposed to feel. Young or old, it’s vital we have the resources to keep ourselves healthy during these periods of stress. Use the following information to find the help you need after experiencing the loss of a loved one or experiencing a traumatic event.

Caring for Yourself

Books at the Library

Caring for Your Child

Books at the Library

Local Resources

Centre for Living with Dying: The Centre for Living with Dying serves children, adolescents, and adults who are dealing with grief and loss.

Healing Heart: A special grief program that is designed to be a resource where families and youth can connect in life-altering times of grief and loss. Healing Hearts offers grief groups for youth ages 5-17, as well as parent/caretaker groups to assist adults supporting children through the grieving process.

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Thank you for posting this information. It is good to know that there are many resources available for the community to help them through difficult times.

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