A Funeral Home’s involvement in the grieving process is limited. While the services we provide are an integral initial step in the process of healing, there are professionals and organizations that are best qualified to offer assistance and act as a resource to families. We encourage taking some time to view the list of resources that may prove to be helpful.

Bereaved Families of Ontario  
Phone: 519-686-1573

Bereaved parents self help/mutual aid. Monthly support meetings, one on one support, lending library, speakers bureau, miscarriage support, newsletter. Also offers Young People’s Grief Support, a teen and young adult support workshop for youth ages 15 to 23, and Children’s Grief Support Group for children ages 7 to 14 who have experienced the death of a sibling or parent.

Canadian Mental Health Association  
Phone: 519-434-9191

London-Middlesex Branch Offers support to adults who have lost a friend or relative to suicide. The Suicide Bereavement Support Group is a peer support group meeting monthly. Registration not required. The Survivors of Suicide group is a professionally facilitated group offered twice annually for 8 weekly sessions.

Family Service Thames Valley  
Phone: 519-433-0183

Provides bereavement counselling on sliding scale to residents of London and Middlesex. 

London Health Sciences Centre  
Phone: 519-667-6640

Child and Adolescent Centre Individual counselling for children and adolescents age 15 or younger. Special interest in areas of post trauma and complicated grief.

London Regional Cancer Program 
Phone: 519-685-8600 x58622

Individual grief counselling is provided by oncology social workers to family members whose loved one was a patient at the Centre.

A 5-week support group for preschoolers/children age 2 to 7 years and their parent/caregiver who have been affected by a death.

485 Windermere Road
London, Ontario, N5X 2T1
Phone: (519) 438-2102