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CarePartners Hospice Bereavement knows that we each have our own way of dealing with the loss of a loved one. The days following a death may be lonely or hard to face. Because each grief journey is unique, we stay in touch with you a few different ways during the months following the death of your loved one, so we can extend our support. Our Hospice Bereavement Services are available to you or your family as you adjust to this loss. We offer support in a variety of ways for individuals and families:

  • Monthly newsletter – anyone in the US can receive our newsletter, Grief’s Companion; just call 828-251-0126 to be added to our email list
  • Semi-annual memorial services – a non-denominational program that honors those who have died and acknowledges the loss we feel
  • Individual and group sessions for adults and children available at some locations
  • Other groups and workshops may be offered through your regional office, and are announced throughout the year in our newsletter

For more information, contact your regional CarePartners Hospice Bereavement coordinator:

  • Buncombe County/Asheville, NC - CarePartners Home Care & Hospice, 828-251-0126
    • Individual and group counseling services for the Asheville Location are now operated by MountainCare – Click here to visit.
  • Macon County/Franklin, NC - CarePartners Home Care & Hospice, 828-369-4206
  • McDowell County/Marion, NC - CarePartners Home Care & Hospice, 828-659-7068
  • Transylvania County/Brevard, NC - CarePartners Home Care & Hospice, 828-883-5254

Click here for other bereavement support groups offered.

CarePartners Bereavement Center

68 Sweeten Creek Rd.
Asheville, NC 28803


For information, call 828-251-0126.