Grief Support

Programs Available for Your Healing Journey

Loss of a spouse

The death of a spouse is often recognized as one of the most emotionally overwhelming and stressful losses. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers a variety of programs and peer led support groups for widows and widowers which provide a safe space to talk about your grief and the unique challenges you may face.  There is no cost to attend any of these sessions.

1.“From Grief to New Hope” Workshop

“From Grief to New Hope” eight-week workshop combines the educational components of a seminar with the safety of a peer group.  This workshop is available to adults who are grieving the death of a loved one.  This workshop is a safe place to express your grief and begin the healing process.  Each session includes a speaker, and then participants are placed into small groups according to their loss.  Participants find this workshop to be an instrumental turning point in changing their lives in positive ways, including: new friends, improving family relationships, and learning better coping mechanisms.  This workshop is offered twice yearly and is FREE, but registration is required.

When: September 19 – November 14

Eight Consecutive* Monday Evenings from 6:45 pm – 8:30 p.m.

*There will be no workshop meeting on Monday, October 31.

Where: TBD

*PLEASE NOTE*: To RSVP for this workshop, please click the button above or call the New Hope office at 248-348-0115 or email griefhelp@newhopecenter.net. Pre-registration is required.

2.“Beginning the Grief Journey” Seminar

This seminar provides an understanding of the basics of the grief journey and is a great first step for those grieving the death of a loved one.  It covers a variety of topics to help participants understand their grief and gives practical tools to help navigate the challenges they face after loss.  This seminar is FREE, but registration is required. 

When: Monday, August 22 at 6:00pm

Where: Ward Church

3.“Starting Again” Peer Support Group

Navigating through grief after the death of a spouse is incredibly difficult, but you don’t have to go through that process alone.  Starting Again is a peer-led grief support program for widows and widowers.  We provide a forum where people can share their experiences with others who have gone through similar loss.  Discussions include dealing with grief issues, learning coping skills, and searching for answers together.  Our goal is to help each person find hope, healing, and new beginnings in life.  No pre-registration required – just show up.

When: First and third Thursday monthly from 7 – 8:30 p.m.

WhereWard Church – 40000 Six Mile Rd. Northville, MI 48168

(Room E515)

When: First and third Tuesday monthly from 7 – 8:30 p.m.

Where: Brightmoor Church 40800 13 Mile Rd. Novi, MI 48377

When: Second and fourth Tuesday Monthly from 7:00-8:30pm

Where: First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn, 600 North Brady Dearborn, MI 48124

When: Second and fourth Tuesday monthly from 7 – 8:30 p.m.

Where: Howell First United Methodist, 1230 Bower St. Howell, MI 48843

4. Men's Group

A peer-led support group for men of all ages who have lost their spouse, whether early in grief or years removed from their loss.  The Men’s group meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:00pm

When: Second Thursday monthly from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Where: New Hope Office, 133 W. Main St. Suite 113 Northville, MI 48167

No pre-registration required – just show up.

4. Widow's Group

A peer led support group for women of all ages who have lost their spouse, whether in early grief or years removed from their loss. The widow’s group meets virtually, via Zoom, every Tuesday evening at 6:00pm. 

When: Every Tuesday at 6:00pm

Where: This group meets virtually. Join here:

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Young Adult Grief Discussion Group

Navigating grief as a young adult can be incredibly difficult.  The needs of individuals ages 18-30 are unique from both youth and adults.  The young adult group is geared to help you connect with others your age who understand life circumstances as a young adult.  This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. in a hybrid format; in-person at the New Hope office and virtually on Zoom. 

When: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: This is a hybrid format discussion group. Join us in-person at the New Hope office, or via Zoom: 

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Loss of a Child

Grief after the death of a child is incredibly difficult. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers several programs and peer led support for parents who have lost a child, providing support and a safe space to talk about your grief and the challenges you face with others who have experienced a similar loss. There is no cost to attend any of these sessions.

“From Grief to New Hope” Workshop

“From Grief to New Hope” eight-week workshop combines the educational components of a seminar with the safety of a peer group.  This workshop is available to adults who are grieving the death of a loved one.  This workshop is a safe place to express your grief and begin the healing process.  Each session includes a speaker, and then participants are placed into small groups according to their loss.  Participants find this workshop to be an instrumental turning point in changing their lives in positive ways, including: new friends, improving family relationships, and learning better coping mechanisms.  This workshop is offered twice yearly and is FREE, but registration is required.

When: September 19 – November 14

Eight Consecutive* Monday Evenings from 6:45 pm – 8:30 p.m.

*There will be no workshop meeting Monday, October 31.

Where: TBD

*PLEASE NOTE*: To RSVP for this workshop, click the button above or call the New Hope office at 248-348-0115 or email griefhelp@newhopecenter.net. Pre-registration is required.

“Beginning the Grief Journey” Seminar

This seminar provides an understanding of the basics of the grief journey and is a great first step for those grieving the death of a loved one.  It covers a variety of topics to help participants understand their grief and gives practical tools to help navigate the challenges they face after loss.  This seminar is FREE, but registration is required. 

When: Monday August 22, 6:00pm

Where: Ward Church

“Parents of Hope” Peer Support Group

Navigating through grief after the death of a child is incredibly difficult, but you do not have to go through the process alone.  As a peer support group, we want to give you a safe space to talk about your grief with others who have experienced a similar loss and help support you through the unique challenges you may be facing.

When: First and third Tuesday from 7:00 – 8:30

Where: Cornerstone Presbyterian Church – 9455 Hilton Rd. Brighton, MI 48114

No pre-registration required – just show up.

When: First and third Wednesday 7:30pm

Where: New Hope Office, 133 W. Main St. Suite 113 Northville, MI 48167

No pre-registration required – just show up.

Young Adult Grief Discussion Group

Navigating grief as a young adult can be incredibly difficult.  The needs of individuals ages 18-30 are unique from both youth and adults.  The young adult group is geared to help you connect with others your age who understand life circumstances as a young adult.  This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. in a hybrid format; in-person at the New Hope office and virtually on Zoom. 

When: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: This is a hybrid format discussion group. Join us in-person at the New Hope office, or via Zoom: 

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Loss of a Parent

The death of a parent can be extremely difficult. You don’t have to go through the grief alone. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers two programs for individuals who have lost a parent. These programs provide a safe space to share your grief with others who have experience a similar loss. There is no cost to attend either of these programs.

“From Grief to New Hope” Workshop

“From Grief to New Hope” eight-week workshop combines the educational components of a seminar with the safety of a peer group.  This workshop is available to adults who are grieving the death of a loved one.  This workshop is a safe place to express your grief and begin the healing process.  Each session includes a speaker, and then participants are placed into small groups according to their loss.  Participants find this workshop to be an instrumental turning point in changing their lives in positive ways, including: new friends, improving family relationships, and learning better coping mechanisms.  This workshop is offered twice yearly and is FREE, but registration is required.

When: September 19 – November 14

Eight Consecutive* Monday Evenings from 6:45 pm – 8:30 p.m.

*There will be no workshop meeting Monday, October 31.

Where: TBD

*PLEASE NOTE*: To RSVP for this workshop, click the button above or call the New Hope office at 248-348-0115 or email griefhelp@newhopecenter.net. Pre-registration is required.

“Beginning the Grief Journey” Seminar

This seminar provides an understanding of the basics of the grief journey and is a great first step for those grieving the death of a loved one.  It covers a variety of topics to help participants understand their grief and gives practical tools to help navigate the challenges they face after loss.  This seminar is FREE, but registration is required. 

When: Monday August 22, 6:00pm

Where: Ward Church

Young Adult Grief Discussion Group

Navigating grief as a young adult can be incredibly difficult.  The needs of individuals ages 18-30 are unique from both youth and adults.  The young adult group is geared to help you connect with others your age who understand life circumstances as a young adult.  This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. in a hybrid format; in-person at the New Hope office and virtually on Zoom. 

When: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: This is a hybrid format discussion group. Join us in-person at the New Hope office, or via Zoom: 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/96350908211?pwd=RWpOWExKU1FXdmJRQXgxYWFzZ3g1UT09 

Meeting ID: 963 5090 8211
Passcode: 252522
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Loss of a Sibling

The grief from the death of a sibling can be incredibly difficult. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers two programs – an eight-week workshop, and a half-day seminar that provide a safe space to share your feelings and the unique challenges you face.  There is no cost to attend either of these programs.

“From Grief to New Hope” Workshop

“From Grief to New Hope” eight-week workshop combines the educational components of a seminar with the safety of a peer group.  This workshop is available to adults who are grieving the death of a loved one.  This workshop is a safe place to express your grief and begin the healing process.  Each session includes a speaker, and then participants are placed into small groups according to their loss.  Participants find this workshop to be an instrumental turning point in changing their lives in positive ways, including: new friends, improving family relationships, and learning better coping mechanisms.  This workshop is offered twice yearly and is FREE, but registration is required.

When: September 19 – November 14

Eight Consecutive* Monday Evenings from 6:45 pm – 8:30 p.m.

*There will be no workshop meeting Monday, October 31.

Where: TBD

*PLEASE NOTE*: To RSVP for this workshop, click the button above or call the New Hope office at 248-348-0115 or email griefhelp@newhopecenter.net. Pre-registration is required.

“Beginning the Grief Journey” Seminar

This seminar provides an understanding of the basics of the grief journey and is a great first step for those grieving the death of a loved one.  It covers a variety of topics to help participants understand their grief and gives practical tools to help navigate the challenges they face after loss.  This seminar is FREE, but registration is required. 

When: Monday August 22, 6:00pm

Where: Ward Church

Young Adult Grief Discussion Group

Navigating grief as a young adult can be incredibly difficult.  The needs of individuals ages 18-30 are unique from both youth and adults.  The young adult group is geared to help you connect with others your age who understand life circumstances as a young adult.  This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. in a hybrid format; in-person at the New Hope office and virtually on Zoom. 

When: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: This is a hybrid format discussion group. Join us in-person at the New Hope office, or via Zoom: 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/96350908211?pwd=RWpOWExKU1FXdmJRQXgxYWFzZ3g1UT09 

Meeting ID: 963 5090 8211
Passcode: 252522
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Loss Due to suicide

Navigating through the grief after suicide is exceptionally difficult. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers a safe space to talk about your grief, and the unique challenges you may be facing. There is no cost to attend any of these sessions.

1. “From Grief to New Hope” Workshop

“From Grief to New Hope” eight-week workshop combines the educational components of a seminar with the safety of a peer group.  This workshop is available to adults who are grieving the death of a loved one.  This workshop is a safe place to express your grief and begin the healing process.  Each session includes a speaker, and then participants are placed into small groups according to their loss.  Participants find this workshop to be an instrumental turning point in changing their lives in positive ways, including: new friends, improving family relationships, and learning better coping mechanisms.  This workshop is offered twice yearly and is FREE, but registration is required.

When: September 19 – November 14

Eight Consecutive* Monday Evenings from 6:45 pm – 8:30 p.m.

*There will be no workshop meeting Monday, October 31.

Where: TBD

*PLEASE NOTE*: To RSVP for this workshop, click the button above or call the New Hope office at 248-348-0115 or email griefhelp@newhopecenter.net. Pre-registration is required.

2. “Beginning the Grief Journey” Seminar

This seminar provides an understanding of the basics of the grief journey and is a great first step for those grieving the death of a loved one.  It covers a variety of topics to help participants understand their grief and gives practical tools to help navigate the challenges they face after loss.  This seminar is FREE, but registration is required. 

When: Monday, August 22, 6:00pm

Where: Ward Church

3. Suicide Support Group

A weekly peer-led support group for those grieving after the suicide of a loved one.  We want to give you a safe space to talk about your grief and the unique challenges you may be facing.  This group meets in a hybrid format, at the New Hope Office and via Zoom. Please call 248-348-0115 for information.

When: Every Wednesday from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Where: New Hope Center for Grief Support Office – 133 W. Main St. Suite 113 Northville, MI 48167 and on Zoom:

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4. Young Adult Grief Discussion Group

Navigating grief as a young adult can be incredibly difficult.  The needs of individuals ages 18-30 are unique from both youth and adults.  The young adult group is geared to help you connect with others your age who understand life circumstances as a young adult.  This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. in a hybrid format; in-person at the New Hope office and virtually on Zoom. 

When: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: This is a hybrid format discussion group. Join us in-person at the New Hope office, or via Zoom: 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/96350908211?pwd=RWpOWExKU1FXdmJRQXgxYWFzZ3g1UT09 

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Loss Due to Substance Use

Navigating through the grief after overdose is exceptionally difficult. New Hope Center for Grief Support offers a safe space to talk about your grief, and the unique challenges you may be facing. There is no cost to attend any of these sessions.

1. “From Grief to New Hope” Workshop

“From Grief to New Hope” eight-week workshop combines the educational components of a seminar with the safety of a peer group.  This workshop is available to adults who are grieving the death of a loved one.  This workshop is a safe place to express your grief and begin the healing process.  Each session includes a speaker, and then participants are placed into small groups according to their loss.  Participants find this workshop to be an instrumental turning point in changing their lives in positive ways, including: new friends, improving family relationships, and learning better coping mechanisms.  This workshop is offered twice yearly and is FREE, but registration is required.

When: September 19 – November 24

Eight consecutive* Monday evenings from 6:45 pm – 8:30 p.m.

*There will be no workshop meeting on Monday, October 31.

Where: TBD

*PLEASE NOTE*: To RSVP for this workshop, click the button above or call the New Hope office at 248-348-0115 or email griefhelp@newhopecenter.net. Pre-registration is required.

2. “Beginning the Grief Journey” Seminar

This seminar provides an understanding of the basics of the grief journey and is a great first step for those grieving the death of a loved one.  It covers a variety of topics to help participants understand their grief and gives practical tools to help navigate the challenges they face after loss.  This seminar is FREE, but registration is required. 

When: Monday, August 22, 6:00pm

Where: Ward Church

3. Loss Due to Substance Use Support Group

A peer-led support group for those grieving after the loss of a loved one due to substance use.  We want to give you a safe space to talk about your grief and some of the unique challenges you may be facing.  This group meets in a hybrid format, in-person at the New Hope office and virtually, via Zoom.

When: The second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm

Where: In-person at the New Hope office, or virtually via Zoom:

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4. Young Adult Grief Discussion Group

Navigating grief as a young adult can be incredibly difficult.  The needs of individuals ages 18-30 are unique from both youth and adults.  The young adult group is geared to help you connect with others your age who understand life circumstances as a young adult.  This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. in a hybrid format; in-person at the New Hope office and virtually on Zoom. 

When: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: This is a hybrid format discussion group. Join us in-person at the New Hope office, or via Zoom: 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/96350908211?pwd=RWpOWExKU1FXdmJRQXgxYWFzZ3g1UT09 

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children/family

New Hope’s “Circles of Hope” programs provide compassionate support for grieving families. Recognizing that when someone we love dies; it affects our entire family. Unfortunately, grieving children are often “invisible mourners.” This happens because a parent must navigate their own grief journey in addition to helping their child through grief. Our programs provide a family-centered approach to grief support by investing in children, supporting parents, and strengthening the family.

1. Family Fridays

Part of our Circles of Hope program which provides a family-centered approach to grief support by investing in children, supporting parents, and strengthening the family.  Throughout the year, we offer this monthly family-based program.  Dinner is provided, along with break-out sessions, discussions, and activities to provide tools to help navigate the grief journey.  We offer a unique theme, and activity each month. This program is FREE, but registration is required.  Please register in advance for Family Fridays, either by clicking on Family Friday events in our Calendar, or by calling the office at (248) 348-0115

When: Family Fridays are hosted once per month, typically on the last Friday of the month. Please see the Calendar page for details about future Family Fridays.

Where: New Hope Center for Grief Support Office – 133 W. Main St. Suite 113 Northville, MI 48167

2. New Hope Kids Camp

Part of our Circles of Hope Program.  Our annual kid’s grief camp is designed to help children connect with outher children to know they are not alone in their grief, achieve opportunities to learn about the reactions and emotions associated with grief, the significance of developing healthy coping skills, and ways to grow through the grief journey by sharing our stories.    This is a free children’s grief camp for children ages 5 – 14.  Registration is required.

When: July 21 & 22 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Where: Maybury Farm – 50165 Eight Mile Rd, Northville, MI 48167

Please register by completing this form: weblink.donorperfect.com/kidscampsignup or by calling the New Hope office at 248-348-0115

3. Teen Group

Part of our Circles of Hope program. This is a support group for teens to connect with other grieving teens. This program is adapted for teens and their unique life situations and will help teens better understand their grief; better name, validate and communicate thoughts and feelings about their grief; cope with feelings more effectively; feel able to talk about deceased loved one and share memories; feel better prepared for upcoming holidays/special days; and learn healthy coping skills to help navigate their grief journey. This group meets in six-week sessions, every Tuesday for six weeks. Teens can participate in-person at the New Hope office or virtually via Zoom. Remaining sessions in 2022 begin November 8. This program is FREE, but registration and parent/guardian permission is required.

Young Adults

1. Young Adult Grief Discussion Group

Navigating grief as a young adult can be incredibly difficult.  The needs of individuals ages 18-30 are unique from both youth and adults.  This young adult group is geared to help you connect with others your age who understand life circumstances as a young adult.  This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7-8 p.m. in a hybrid format; in-person at the New Hope office and virtually on Zoom.

When: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 7 – 8:00 p.m.

Where: This is a hybrid format discussion group. Join us in-person at the New Hope office, or via Zoom: 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/96350908211?pwd=RWpOWExKU1FXdmJRQXgxYWFzZ3g1UT09 

Meeting ID: 963 5090 8211
Passcode: 252522
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Meeting ID: 963 5090 8211
Passcode: 252522
Find your local number: https://us06web.zoom.us/u/kd8W78n4Ws

2. “From Grief to New Hope” Workshop

“From Grief to New Hope” eight-week workshop combines the educational components of a seminar with the safety of a peer group.  This workshop is available to adults who are grieving the death of a loved one.  This workshop is a safe place to express your grief and begin the healing process.  Each session includes a speaker, and then participants are placed into small groups according to their loss.  Participants find this workshop to be an instrumental turning point in changing their lives in positive ways, including: new friends, improving family relationships, and learning better coping mechanisms.  This workshop is offered twice yearly and is FREE, but registration is required.

When: September 19 – November 24

Eight consecutive* Monday evenings from 6:45 pm – 8:30 p.m.

*There will be no workshop meeting on Monday, October 31.

Where: TBD

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