How Can Counseling and Support Help You?

Caring for a loved one or coping with grief can be overwhelming. You don’t have to go through it alone. Counseling and support help is available to patients, families and the community.

Counseling and Support Is Here to Help

We can offer your family counseling and support through every stage of serious illness—from making sense of treatment options to coping with caregiver stress or coming to terms with the death of a loved one. 

Our counselors are available to help patients, families and the community with grieving, as well as honoring and remembering loved ones. Gilchrist provides several counseling options that are available to the community.

Gilchrist Volunteer Support

Gilchrist’s volunteers are invaluable to the care we provide families and the community. They assist staff with administrative work, they honor veterans during special ceremonies, they act as ambassadors to educate the community, and they provide support to families before and after the death of a loved one.

Care navigators are there to answer questions you have about care for you or your loved one and can also connect you to numerous resources. They will talk with you to find out your needs and advise you on care options that are available to you or your loved one.

Next Steps

grief counseling one on one

New to Gilchrist?

Our care navigators can direct you to the Gilchrist services that are right for you.