This monthly support group is for adults who share in the experience of grief following the loss of a child during pregnancy through age two. In a supportive atmosphere, we explore the unique experience of being a grieving parent and discuss topics such as honoring the life of your baby, how grief impacts the family, subsequent children, difficult days, etc.

Group meets at Alive's Franklin office, conveniently located in Cool Springs. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, group is provided to all community members free of charge. 

The Grief Center at Alive offers revolutionary bereavement care designed to meet the specific needs of both grieving children and adults. No other hospice in Middle Tennessee offers the extensive programs that we do. Our diverse programming options allow us to support you throughout your entire grief journey. We believe grief is a natural, normal response to loss that doesn’t require a “cure.” Rather, our goal is to assist and encourage you while you learn to integrate the loss into your life, so that the heartache of grief feels more manageable over time. Our professional grief counselors have specialized training and decades of experience assisting grieving individuals and families using evidence-based counseling techniques.

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  • Starting Thursday, January 2nd, 2020, repeats every month on the 1st Thursday until Thursday, December 03, 2020 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm


Alive's Franklin Office

1897 General George Patton Drive Ste. 116
Franklin, TN 37067

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