Grief Support

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Grief Support

Embracing those who grieve

Helios Grief Support is here to help

When someone you love dies, often a huge gap appears. This gap is called “grief.” We are here to help be your bridge, gently leading you across that gap in your time of need, at your own pace. Everyone grieves differently in their own unique way. Helios Grief Support offers professional guidance for individuals as well as groups coping with similar types of losses – so you can choose the type of support that’s right for you.

July 16, 2024
Grief Support: 3rd Tuesday of the Month – 2024
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
St James Church , 305 Main Street, Oneonta, NY, 13820
July 18, 2024
Grief Support: 3rd Thursday of the Month-2024
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
New Hope Community Church , 45 Stockton Avenue Walton, NY, 13856
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Contact us for available Grief Support options

Helios Grief Support provides counseling for Adults in groups throughout the three counties.  There are three locations that meet at various times, once a month.  See the calendar listings or, please contact the office to find the group that is nearest or most convenient for you.  Registration is not required and there is no fee for these support groups. All virtual support groups are free but do require registration. Other options are available as well; contact 607-432-5525 and ask to speak to Jessica Weeden, for additional information on these services.

Grief Support Resources



  • “Here After” with Megan Devine Available on iHeart radio and at
  • “Healing with David Kessler”. Available on Spotify


  • Grieving Is Loving and Bearing the Unbearable, Joanne Cacciatore, PhD
  • Opening to Grief, Claire B Willis and Marnie Crawford Samuelson
  • What’s Your Grief: Lists to Help You Through Any Loss, Eleanor Haley, MS and Litsa Williams, MA, LCSW-C
  • The Healing Power of Sound, Mitchel L Gaynor, MD
  • Notes on Grief, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  • A Grief Observed, CS Lewis
  • Healing Through Yoga: Transforming Loss Into Empowerment, Paul Denniston
  • Finding Meaning, David Kessler

Relieve the pain of grief