Losing a loved one can be hard. When you’re going through a difficult time after experiencing loss, turn to the compassionate team at Bronson for support with the physical, emotional or mental response that comes with losing someone you care about.
Coping with pregnancy and infant loss
Sometimes the best way to cope is by sharing. That is why we have Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group monthly meetings. These meetings are for those coping with the loss of a baby through miscarriage; if the child passes away in the womb, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and newborn or early infancy death.
We have many community partners that donate to our bereavement program at Bronson Methodist Hospital. These donations are just one part that makes a difference in your grief and recovery journey with us.
Blankets of Love
Learn about Blankets of Love and how items like a blanket could make a difference in someone else's life.
Brianna Lee Foundation
Learn about the Brianna Lee Foundation and how items like a stuffed teddy bear could make a difference in someone else's life.
Friends in Art
Learn about Friends in Art and how items like a memory box could make a difference in someone else's life.
Learn about Josiah's Song and how this organization provides hats, diapers and other items for stillborn babies.
Learn about Mira Bears and how items like a stuffed teddy bear could make a difference in someone else's life.
To find out more about these community partners:
Convenient bereavement services to help you cope
You will have a bereavement coordinator who provides different resources and referrals to help you as you’re dealing with loss. This ensures that you can focus your time, energy and emotions into grieving. Your coordinator can connect you with different community resources.
There is a bereavement library available for patients and families that would like additional support and materials. These materials are conveniently located within the hospital so that you don’t have to travel far for the information that you need.
Local support to help you during your time of grief and loss
Community partners making a difference at Bronson Methodist Hospital
When dealing with the loss of a loved one, you don’t have to travel far to get the support you need.
If you are interested in bereavement support outside of Bronson’s service area, the following options are available to you:
No matter where you’re in life, it is important to know the best ways to take care of yourself whether it is physical, emotional, mental or spiritual.
Our qualified staff
Our nurses, social workers and staff have special training to help you and your family cope and recover from your loss.
- Resolve Through Sharing (RTS) – A nationally recognized training program that is considered the gold standard in bereavement education, our staff are specially trained through this program to help you grieve.
- Continuous training for bereavement skills (children, end-of life, etc.)