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Frequent Asked Questions

Use this page to learn more about our Grief and Hope Connect, resources and other FAQ about us. If there is a question you have, and it is not answered here, please contact us.

Are you a faith based organization?

The founders of Grief and Hope Connect are people of deep faith. We believe in the healing power of a relationship with Jesus Christ and have experienced that power personally. We also believe that loss is a universal experience. We want all people to find healing and hope in the midst of deep pain, regardless of their faith or lack there of. Our services are for all people of all faiths and all walks of life. Our Grief Recovery Support Groups are not faith based, they are healing based and have something to offer for every person.

How Are Your Grief 
 Recovery Groups Funded?

At Grief and Hope connect we never want money to be a barrier to getting the help you need. Our goal is to offer Grief Recovery Support Groups free of charge to the griever. We hope to partner with local churches, organizations, funeral homes and people like yourself to cover the cost to run our groups.

How Can I  Help Grief & Hope Connect?

You can start helping, by liking us on facebook and sharing our posts or comment on them. If you have skills in video editing, web design, or general computer savyness, we could use your help. We could always use your prayer support. If you want to sponsor a griever to attend one of your groups you can donate financially. If you want to mail us some stamps or folders of a giftcard to staples all of those would be greatly appreciated.

What Area Do You Serve?

We are located in Montgomery County Pennsylvania. Most of our groups have been in Bucks or Montgomery County, but we are always looking for new locations to run groups. If you have would like to host a Support Group please contact us we are happy to help and spread healing to new communities. We are open to taking on speaking engagements wherever we can, because knowledge is healing power! Our mailing address is 

PO Box 283 Schwenksville, PA 19473

What is an End of Life Doula?

The End-of-Life Doula works to compassionately support the  dying person and their loved ones through the final months, weeks and days of life. They often provide, Life review and legacy project support, Respite for the caregiver(s) and  comfort measures for the dying.  A Doula works closely with those who accept and embrace dying as a period of life, not just an abrupt ending. Doulas help ensure that quality of life continues during the dying process. We understand that this time can bring about challenges, joys, sorrows and disappointments our hope is to support families as they try to navigate the whirlwind of emotions they may be feeling. The end-of-life Doula adds a layer of support for both the dying person and their loved ones, to help them live life to the fullest. If you or someone you know is dying and could use a comforting hand during this sacred time. Please contact us here.

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