In response to the tragedy in Boulder on March 22nd:
Our hearts are with the victims of the recent tragedy in Boulder and with their loved ones. We are sending you all love, strength, and compassion. TRU is offering multiple grief processing sessions for our community as well as additional types of grief support. Please view our list of community support resources here.
In light of COVID-19, TRU Grief Services are primarily available virtually.
- For grief counseling, please call (303) 604-5300.
- For support groups, please complete the Support Group Registration Form that can be found below.
At TRU Community Care, we consider it a privilege to help those who are grieving regain their balance and resume healthy living. Whether you are looking for personal guidance or walking alongside someone who is, contact us to see how we can help. Extensive resources for people of all ages and phases in the grief process are available to everyone in the community. In addition to the wide variety of age and loss-specific grief support groups, our experienced grief counselors are available for one-on-one or family grief counseling, phone consultations, and referrals.
TRU Individual Grief Counseling
Counseling for Community Members
Bereaved members of the community are offered grief counseling sessions for a fee. Contact (303) 604-5300 for more information or to request an appointment with a grief counselor.
Counseling for Family and Friends of TRU Hospice Patients
Family and friends of patients served by TRU Hospice are offered complimentary counseling sessions for 13 months after the death of their loved one. Contact (303) 604-5300 to request an appointment with a grief counselor.
Meet our Counselors
TRU Adult Grief Support Groups
TRU Youth and Family Grief Support
A child old enough to love is old enough to grieve. – Dr. Alan Wolfelt
TRU Community Care offers grief support to children and teens through Healing Circles. We provide grief education, consultation, and peer support throughout the year as well as individual short-term counseling for children and teens who have lost a loved one through a TRU Community Care program. Grief is unique and may vary in duration. Kids have different needs from adults and process loss through play, activity, and sometimes acting out. They might get a tummy ache or a headache rather than express their grief. Sometimes they might grieve in short bursts or regress a little in behaviors. Teens may appear to be fine and yet need extra support as they are creating their identities without turning to negative coping strategies while grieving. We empower and encourage kids in a safe and nurturing environment.
All of our services and programs are open to the community and require pre-registration. Our therapeutic playroom, highly trained volunteers, and close collaborations with community allow us to provide services for all different ages and grief styles.
Click the links below to download our required forms:
Grief Support Resources
Quarterly Grief Services Newsletters
TRU’s quarterly Grief Services Newsletters are available to you, your friends and your community at any time.
We are thinking of you during your journey through grief. We reach out to our TRU family members by phone and with periodic mailings during the 13 months following the death of a loved one.
For Family and Friends
For School Personnel
Grieving Mindfully: A Compassionate & Spiritual Guide to Coping with Loss by Sameet M. Kumar, Ph.D.
How To Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies by Terese Rando
Remembering with Love: Messages of Hope for the First Year of Grieving and Beyond by Elizabeth Levang
When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Rabbi Harold S. Kushner
How to Survive the Loss of a Loved One by Peter McWilliams, Harold Bloomfield, and Melba Colgrove
Grief and Loss
Coping with the Holidays