We now provide a payment plan option that offers families with no other payment resources the opportunity to fund their funeral needs and pay for it over a period of time through a partnership. Please fill out our simple application for instant eligibility results. Click here to access the application.
Veterans and Family Memorial Care
Veterans & Family Memorial Care is “The Veterans Choice” when it comes to Veterans Funerals, Veterans Cremation & Veterans Burial. The exclusive, Certified VFMC Provider in your community is part of a National Network of family owned & operated funeral homes that honor and pay tribute to Veterans each and every day.
Dealing with Grief – There is Life After Death
When losing a loved one, you may be overwhelmed with grief. This may result in a feeling of doubt and refusal to acknowledge what has happened. Great Information provided by one of our website visitors.
Dealing With Grief
Bereavement Fares – Airline Policies in the Case of an Emergency or Death
Booking a flight in the wake of an emergency or loved one’s death is overwhelming, and oftentimes done in a haze of grief. To assist mourning passengers, airlines for years have offered bereavement fare discounts, but more recently have phased them out. Several airlines still offer bereavement fares, also known as compassion fares, but policies and potential savings vary significantly.
AARP: “Coping With Grief and Loss”
Dougy Center: The Dougy Center for Grieving Children
This site for The National Center for Grieving Children & Families provides helpful information and guidance about how to support grieving children and teens and their families. Find details about trainings, order publications developed by The Dougy Center’s expert staff and search the international directory of children’s grief services.
GriefNet is a place where you can communicate with others via e-mail support groups about death, grief, and major loss, including life-threatening and chronic illness. From the homepage, click on “e-mail support groups information”
With the goal of improving the quality of care for the dying, this site offers an extensive directory of internet resources relating to life-threatening illness and end-of-life care; also offers a monthly e-mail newsletter.
Journey Through Suicide Grief
Having a goal that no one has to experience the pain and loss of someone to suicide alone, Journey Through Suicide Grief enables one to verbalize thoughts and emotions, connect with people who have suffered similar losses, deal with feelings of anger and/or guilt, offers suggestions for coping, talking about problems without encountering rejection and being able to help others while helping oneself.
Grief Support Resources on the Internet
Grief-Related Web Sites
- GriefNet, a comprehensive resource
- Frequently Asked Questions about Grief
- Children and Grief, an article
- Coping with Grief and Loss: Guide to Grieving and Bereavement
- Growth House’s grief and bereavement page
Grief Support Groups
- GriefShare, Find a Group
- GriefNet, E-mail Support Groups
- Pen Parents, which matches bereaved parents in similar situations for correspondence http://penparents.org/