Seminars and Support Groups
Atrium Medical Center regularly provides educational programs and workshops in the community that focus on emotional and spiritual well-being. Programs are provided for faith communities, lay ministry teams, nonprofit organizations, support groups, schools, professional organizations, and other groups.
HEALing Together Support Groups
The death of a baby or the loss of a pregnancy brings with it unexpected pain and confusion for parents and families. Bereavement after this type of loss is often lonely and isolated because parents are often unaware of available resources they can look to for support.
Learn More About HEALing Together Support Groups
HEAL Remembrance and Interment Service for Early Pregnancy Loss
For families who have lost an infant, a place of grieving can be an important aspect of the healing process. This service is held in memory of those babies who were born too tiny and gone too soon.
A brief program will be held at the memorial site. All materials will be provided and refreshments will be served at the conclusion of this special tribute.
Location: Woodside Cemetery and Arboretum, 1401 Woodside Boulevard
HEAL Family Festival
Bereaved families whose children die seldom allow themselves the opportunity for a little joy and pleasure in life. This family outing is meant just do to that. In a carnival atmosphere for all ages, there are games, multiple activities, entertainment and food.
Location: Niederman Family Farm, 5110 LeSourdesville-West Chester Road, Liberty Township
Walk to Remember
Anyone who has been touched by the death of a child, regardless of age or circumstance, is invited to attend this event. The event will start at the Atrium Family YMCA adjacent to Atrium Medical Center.
The garden, located along the walking trail on the east side of the hospital, is a quiet place where families can go to remember and celebrate the lives of children who have left us far too soon. It features the Angel of Hope monument, a nationally recognized symbol of hope and healing.
Date/Time: First Sunday of October
Location: HEAL Memory Garden on Atrium Medical Center’s campus
RSVPs are requested but not required.
HEAL Memory Tree Lighting
The holiday season is often a time to remember and reflect on life. For parents who have lost a child, the holidays can be a time of painful memories of brief but cherished moments.
This event is offered to help families through these troubling times.
Date/Time: First Thursday evening of December
Location: Crosspointe Church of Christ, 5630 State Route 122, Franklin
For More Information
For more information or to make a reservation, call (513) 705-4056 or email HEAL@PremierHealth.com.
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Content Updated: November 11, 2014