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Grief and Bereavement

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When someone important to you dies, you grieve. That means you may experience a wide range of emotions and feelings over an extended period of time. This is normal. 


Accepting a loss is not an easy journey and there may be times when you want more support than is available through your social network.  Below is a list of online resources.  


Education video series:

Presented by Dr. Rick Singleton in partnership with Eastern Health’s Department of Pastoral Care, Ethics and Bereavement Services, the four-part Grief and Bereavement Education Series explores the journey of grief and talks about ways to move through loss.


Newfoundland and Labrador


National and International Resources:

Videos: (YouTube) 


Perinatal Loss

We hope that you will find these resources useful.  Please note that they are not intended as a replacement for medical advice, but instead provide a general overview for your personal use along with suggestions of further sources of information. For counselling options please visit  or call 811 for the nearest doorways location.

Perinatal Loss Eastern Zone: is a local group called Pregnancy and Infant Loss, Newfoundland and Labrador (PAILNL). Several resources can be found here: toolkits, checklists, and many things of great value.  - There are many forums here. One such forum is a parent to parent mentor program that will matches families with a mentor who has experienced a similar loss but is further down the road in their journey. 

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