Grief Support Groups
Welcome to HeartLight Center
On behalf of the Heartlight community,
we are glad you are here.
At HeartLight, we know your story is unique and the pain of grief can be intensely personal.
That doesn’t mean you have to face it alone.
HeartLight Center is a non-profit that companions and educates people through their grief to find hope. HeartLight offers virtual and in person grief support groups, workshops, seminars and resources for individuals and organizations.
Join a Monthly Grief Support Group
Heart Light Center kindly requests that you register for in-person groups prior to attendance. Online registration will close 24-hours prior to group. Please contact us at email@example.com with questions or for more information.
HeartLight Center follows state, local and CDC guidelines for COVID 19 Protocols.
Masks are not required at this time.
You are invited to wear a mask if you are more comfortable.
If you are having any symptoms of illness please attend groups virtually.
Loss of a Parent(s)
An ongoing support group for those who have experienced the death of a parent(s) or caregiver(s). Meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7pm (MST) at HeartLight Center.
Men’s Loss of Spouse/Partner Support Group
A peer support group dedicated to addressing the unique issues encountered by men who have experienced the death of a spouse, partner, or significant other. Meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 7pm (MST) at HeartLight Center.
5+ Year Loss of Spouse/Partner
An ongoing support group for people who have experienced the death of a spouse, partner or significant other, five or more years ago. Meets the 2nd Monday of the month at HeartLight Center at 7pm (MST).
Suicide Loss Grief
An ongoing support group for adult individuals who have experienced a loss due to suicide
Meets the 4th Monday of the month at HeartLight Center at 4pm (MST) starting June, 2022.
Loss of Spouse/Partner
An ongoing support and educational group for people who have experienced the death of a spouse, partner or significant other. If your loss is recent or years ago, you are welcome to spend an evening with others who are on a similar journey. Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 4pm(MST) and on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7pm (MST) at HeartLight Center.
Young Loss of Spouse/Partner
6+ Months Support Group
An ongoing peer support group for adults 55 and under who have lost a spouse, partner or significant other who are 6 months or more post loss. This group focuses on topical and small group discussions, and is helpful for those who are also navigating parenting children at home or careers while grieving a partner. This group meets on the 1st Thursday of the month at the Highlands Church in Denver at 7pm (MST).
Young Loss of Spouse/Partner
No-Timeline Support Group
An ongoing peer support group for adults 55 and under who have lost a spouse, partner or significant other, recently or years ago. This group is helpful for those who are navigating parenting children at home or careers while grieving a partner. This group typically meets the 3rd Friday of the month at 6pm (MST) at HeartLight Center.
Upcoming Special Events
We welcome you to join us for upcoming seminars and workshops that explore various topics on the grief journey.
New Beginnings – 6 Week Program starting June 20
Loss of a Spouse/Partner
with Les McCarroll
The days, weeks and months following the loss of a spouse or partner may be filled with many unexpected and challenging struggles. Within the first year these may seem impossible to cope with. In this group you will be invited to partake in discussions and doable tasks to help create a sense of movement and purpose, including reflections and activities between sessions. The 6 interactive meetings will deal with many of the difficult topics that arise during the first year after the loss of a spouse/partner.
Suggested Donation: $40
Mondays starting June 20th, 9:30am-11am at HeartLight Center
Self-Care with Singing Bowls on June 25
with Ann Martin
Singing bowls bring harmony and balance to life, and make meditation easy, fast, and FUN! Sound Energy Practitioner, Ann Martin, teaches modern ways to clear the mind and relax the body using Himalayan singing bowls. Experiment with playing many types of bowls and experience different ways to use them for self-care. Singing bowls have been used for centuries to help soothe the body, calm the mind, heal the psyche and awaken the spirit! In this “hands on” class, you’ll learn 3 different ways to play the Himalayan bowls, 24 unique meditations, how to actively receive the healing sounds and vibrations, and much more. The class concludes with a mini gong sound bath so can take a higher vibration with you as you greet your world! (Singing bowls are provided)
Space is Limited. Registration is Required.
Our professional support network can connect you to the resources that will meet your needs.