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There has been an ever-increasing desire to expand their traditional roles beyond "at-need" and "pre-need" services into "after-need" or post funeral services for the bereaved.  The Aloia Funeral Home is providing bereavement services for the families they serve.


Understanding what you may be going through when faced with a loss of a loved one is part of our profession. At the Aloia Funeral Home, we are sincere about helping you through your pain and suffering during this difficult time. Please feel free to make use of the resources listed below. If we can, in any way, provide you with personal assistance, please don’t hesitate to give us a call.

The Compassionate Friends
A national self-help organization, which assist families in the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child, and provides information to help others be supportive.

Dr. Alan Wolfelt
Center for Loss and Life Transition
3735 Broken Bow Road Fort
Collins. CO 80526 970-226-6050

Death, dying, caregiving and grief

AARP Grief and Loss Program www.aarp.org/griefandloss

The Center for Thanatology, Resource and Education www.thanatology.org

Association for Death Education and Counseling www.adec.org

National Catholic Ministry to the Bereaved www.Griefwork.org/index.htm

Grief of Widows and Widowers (GROWW) www.groww.org

Bereavement Magazine http://www.bereavementmag.com

Griefnet.org http://www.griefnet.org

Death and dying http://dying.about.com http://www.death-dying.com

Grief and Bereavement http://www.focusas.com/Grief.html

Bereavement http://www.hopeforbereaved.com

Encyclopedia of Psychology: Death and Dying: http://www.psychology.org/links/Environment_Behavior_Relationships/Death_and_Dying

Medline Plus: Bereavement http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/bereavement.html

For Grieving Children http://www.fernside.org