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When and Where they Meet: their group meets on the first Monday of the month.
As an 18-29 year old, you are arguably facing some of your biggest life changes: living independently, choosing and starting a career path, forming significant relationships, and defining your life values.
The death of a loved one, during this already challenging time, can feel completely overwhelming! If you are struggling to find meaning in life and re-questioning your purpose, know that you are not alone!
Their Young Adults group offers a supportive environment where you can be honest about your current outlook and the grief you are experiencing with individuals who can relate to navigating grief as a young adult. It is an opportunity to connect, learn about grief, and find hope, strength, and healing amongst peers.
Let Us Know You’re Coming!
Please RSVP by checking out with a free ticket for the date(s) of your choosing.
Before Attending Group
Your first step is to complete a consent form, which allows you to participate in their online and/or in-person grief support groups: https://form.jotform.com/200835045733148
After your consent form is received, you will receive a call from one of their Bereavement Specialists. This allows them to get to know you better and answer any questions you might have, so that they can better support you. This call will not take long (under 10 minutes), they understand you are busy, but they are here for you and available to speak longer if you would like to talk further.
They appreciate you taking the time to complete these important next steps and allowing them to be a part of your grief journey! COJ is looking forward to connecting with you.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
They’re here for you!