Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, St. Francis Reflections Grief Support services are available to anyone in Brevard County who has experienced a loss through death. We welcome the opportunity to help you and your family through this difficult time.

We offer short term counseling with a focus on connecting those grieving with our support group program. Support groups are offered both in person and virtual. Connecting with others in grief can be very healing and helpful as you find your ‘new normal’. We also value the importance of social engagement after loss and have multiple offerings to connect with others through luncheons, outdoor activities, and holiday themed gatherings. For those who need more intensive support, our team can help connect with other community therapeutic resources.

Our North Star program offers child grief specialists who help connect grieving children with peer support groups, healing in a way that is developmentally supportive to them. .

Yes, we are often contacted by area businesses, schools, and healthcare providers to offer education programs on grief and loss. We can tailor our education to the specific requests of each organization or business.

Yes, within our community based grief support program, our staff is able to support a variety of needs related to death and loss. We may also be able to provide on-site support and guidance following loss within the workplace.

Services are available to anyone in Brevard County, regardless of whether or not their family used St. Francis Reflections hospice services. A professional referral is not required. Those coping with a death can contact us by calling 321-269-4240. We cannot support those who do not live in Brevard County unless your loved one received hospice care within the county.

Generous support from the community allows St. Francis Reflections Lifestage Care to offer most programs and services at no cost to the participant.

Care Wherever You Need It

Hospice care from St. Francis Reflections Lifestage Care can be delivered in a private home, a nursing home, an assisted living facility, our inpatient facility, and sometimes in the hospital setting.


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