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Cornerstone of Hope offers routine educational series and workshops for community members who would like to better understand nuanced aspects of grief, loss, parenting skills, stress, relationships and other topics of mental health.



Survivors of Suicide Loss
Extended Group Support Network

This extended group support network is for adults looking
to learn more about suicide loss or for those grieving the loss
of a loved one to suicide.

Each session uses a survivor focused approach and features individual and group peer support, resources and
information, activities and events.

Free to attend, but we do ask that you register in advance.

Second Monday of the Month



Grief Matters is a monthly education series designed to provide opportunities to explore and manage grief in new ways.

Recognizing that the experience of grief is both unique and universal, Grief Matters offers additional support for those striving to learn, grow, connect, and heal. Each month, a topic or activity is presented that may help improve wellness and coping through education, self-care, and emotional expression. Participants are encouraged to try new skills and incorporate them into their lives if appropriate for their personal grief journey. Please join us on the last Wednesday of each month for a different topic or activity… because your grief matters!

Picking Up The Pieces: Honoring Grief & Connection Through the Art of Kintsugi

Join us for an evening of grief education, support and therapeutic art. What do you do with the pieces of a favorite dish or cherished antique when it has broken? We often discard the item because it is damaged and therefore no longer valuable. The Ancient Japanese Art of Kintsugi, beautifully repairs these broken pieces. Meaning “golden joinery,” Kintsugi encourages us to embrace and honor the damage as a beautiful, valuable part of its history. This is a powerful metaphor for the experience of healing from grief. 

Free to attend, but we do ask that you register in advance.

February 22, 2023 at 6:00 PM

Grief & Compassion

We live in a world that can be intolerant of grieving individuals and the grief process itself. After the death of our loved ones, the expectation is often that we return to “life as usual” as quickly as possible. In this session of Grief Matters, we will examine the hurdles faced by those who grieve, peering through the lens of individual, family, and societal expectations as we endeavor to claim and offer ourselves compassion in the midst of grief.

Annie Dalby, LISW-S

Free to attend, but we do ask that you register in advance.

April 26, 2023 at 6:00 PM

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