2 – Grieving a Death due to Substance Use

Are you grieving the death of a loved one due to substance use? Connect with others who have had a similar loss. Facilitated by Carlie and Hannah from Hospice Yukon. Judgement-free zone. Age 18+ Dates: Wednesdays April 3, 10 and 17, 2024 5:30 – 7:30pm Venue info on registration Group size is limited. To register … Read More

1 – Crafting Your Grief

Make a self-compassion mirror while you are grieving Join Yukon artist Ava P Christl and Hospice Yukon facilitator Carlie. No experience necessary. No need to tell your story. Care for yourself by creating the love and messages you want to receive. All materials provided at no cost. Judgement-free zone. Age 18+ Date: Saturday March 9, … Read More

Grief Yoga – Winter 2023

THIS EVENT IS NOW WAITING LIST ONLY… BUT FEEL FREE TO PUT YOUR NAME ON THE LIST! Grief affects our whole being…Brain fog, somatic symptoms of grief, rollercoasters of emotions or numbness, low energy, etc. are all normal experiences when grieving. Grief yoga is a gentle way to rebalance energy, support self-care and gently release … Read More

5 – Day Hospice

Are you living with a life-limiting illness? We offer a free monthly Day Hospice. A chance to connect with peers who are also living with a life-limiting illness. Gentle activities, social time, relaxation, and live music. Monthly afternoon program also provides a short break for caregivers. Space is limited so please contact Hospice Yukon to [...]

4 – Grief and the Frontline Professions – May 2024

Register now for this two-day workshop that we offer just once a year at beautiful McClintock Bay Adventures at Marsh Lake. It is geared towards professionals who support others in their work... nurses, therapists, teachers, counsellors, and others. Many jobs that involve supporting and caring for other people also often involve loss and grief. The way we respond [...]

3 – Supporting the Grieving Child

Teachers and caregivers play an important role in helping grieving children feel supported outside their home environment. When a child is well supported at school or daycare, it helps them integrate their grief experience into their life in a healthy way. This is a free, online workshop for teachers and caregivers. Children grieve differently than [...]