St. Joseph’s Health System’s Memorial Hospice, Hospice of Petaluma and North County Hospice will partner with the respected national nonprofit organization, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), to bring the TAPS Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp to Sonoma County for the very first time.
The Survivor Seminar for adults is a day-long program that brings family members together with others from around northern California who also have lost a loved one who served in the Armed Forces, and who – while coping with their own grief – are helping others to do the same. Concurrent with the adult-oriented Survivor Seminar, a day-long Good Grief Camp is offered for children. The program is free to anyone grieving the death of someone who served in the military, regardless of where they died, or how they died.
The program is offered, thanks to a generous grant from St. Joseph Health System-Sonoma County. Space is limited and online registration is required to participate in this program, which also includes a Nov. 18 Friday evening pre-registration session and reception. Please visit www.taps.orgto register for the Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp online.