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When you’re affected by a loss, lean on Essentia Health for support, resources, understanding, and hope.
Reach out to the specialists at Essentia when you need help coping with the changes brought on by loss. Find help and support at any point in your journey.
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Take advantage of our collection of online grief and bereavement resources wherever you are, whenever you need them. Or keep reading to learn about in-person grief support services near you.
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Trust the Grief Support professionals at St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth, Minnesota for a wide range of programs and services, including:
To get education materials and referrals to qualified grief support professionals in the Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin area, call Grief Support at 218-786-4402.
To get educational materials and referrals to qualified grief support professionals in the Brainerd Lakes Area, call Grief Support at 218-828-7442. Connect with others coping with loss by attending a grief group at Essentia Health-St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Brainerd, Minnesota. Grief groups meet weekly for seven weeks, three times a year.
Turn to the Grief Support professionals at Essentia Health-St. Mary's Detroit Lakes Clinic for therapy and support for individuals and families. You can also ask your primary care provider or our spiritual care team to help you connect with resources in or near your community. Or, learn about grief support services at Hospice of the Red River Valley in Fargo, North Dakota.
Help your school, organization, or community group learn how to recognize and respond to grief, loss, and trauma. Learn about our speaking, training, and consulting services.
For help or information, call our health crisis line at 888-826-0099.If you or a loved one is in immediate danger, call 911.