Angela Byrns, LCSW at East End Hospice

At East End Hospice our team of highly trained professionals and volunteers offers bereavement counseling not only to the families of our Hospice patients, but for the larger East End community.

Zinberg Family Bereavement Center services may include weekly group counseling sessions or individual sessions. The Zinberg Family Bereavement Care team is currently offering the following bereavement groups: Loss of Spouse, Loss of a Parent or Sibling, Loss of a Child, General Bereavement Support Groups, Child & Teen Support Groups, Equine Therapy Groups and an upcoming Spanish Language Bereavement Support Group. Groups meet weekly at convenient locations on the North and South forks or on ZOOM.

We offer training in grief and bereavement therapy to counselors, educators, therapists and health professionals, and importantly, offer bereavement programs to church, civic and community organizations.

Camp Good Grief’s Mission
At Camp Good Grief our mission is to bring children and teens who are grieving together in a caring and supportive environment. We want to help kids acquire the language needed to express the confusing feelings associated with grief and bereavement as they begin the ongoing process of integrating their loss into everyday life.

East End Hospice brings hope to the dying and their families and friends. By affirming life, hospice helps people conclude life with comfort and dignity, offering pain alleviation and symptom control in a familiar and caring environment. We are known for our compassion and for the quality of care we provide.

Our team of health care professionals and volunteers focus on caring and comfort, not cures. For people who are nearing the end of life and their families, East End Hospice is here, 365 days and nights a year. East End Hospice also provides counseling, respite care and other forms of support for families, friends and the community at large.


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