Death & Grief - Mental Health

Recovering from the death of a loved one, friend or family member can take time. Feelings such as profound sadness, anger, confusion, loneliness, and despair are common, however, the intensity of these feelings, or the way in which one copes with them, can vary greatly from person to person. Some may feel relief that the deceased is no longer suffering. Others may experience guilt or regret with regards to a certain aspect of the relationship they may have had with the individual who has passed. The strength of feelings can be surprising, either in their intensity, or their mildness, and leave one feeling unsure of how to cope. It is possible for certain mental health conditions to occur after losing a loved one, including depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress syndrome. Losing a family member is never easy, regardless of the circumstances. If you are looking for resources or professional help to assist you in the grieving process, we are here to help. You are not alone. Connect with others who may be going through the same thing, find professional help and resources near you. The Kinjunxion community is here to help.
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Veterinary Social Worker Offers Help for those who Offer Help to Animals

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/erin-wasson-yxe-underground-1.5055005 A new category in Social Work is emerging – Veterinary Social Work! This article features Erin Wasson, a Social Worker at the University of Saskatchewan’s Western College of Veterinary Medicine,

Grief and Loss Quiz

Wikipedia describes grief as a natural response to loss. It is the emotional suffering one feels when something or someone the individual loves is taken away. Everyone will grieve in

Grief Support Group

Cattel Centre (The); 45 Main St
Hamilton ON L9H 2P7
Canada

Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children

2522 Rebecca St
Oakville ON L6L 6N8
Canada

Acclaim Health - Hospice and Bereavement Support - Oakville - Speers Rd

2370 Speers Rd
Oakville ON L6L 5M2
Canada

Bay Gardens Funeral Home - Friends In Grief

947 Rymal Rd E
Hamilton ON L8W 3M2
Canada

Bereaved Families of Ontario, Halton-Peel - Centre for Grief and Healing

33 City Centre Dr
Mississauga ON L5B 2N5
Canada

Joseph Brant Hospital - Community Mental Health Outpatient Services - Phoenix Program Early Intervention Service for Psychosis - Burlington - Joseph Brant Community Health Centre (Brant Centre)

Joseph Brant Community Health Centre (in Brant Centre); 1182 North Shore Blvd E
Burlington ON L7S 1C5
Canada

Hamilton Mental Health Outreach

987 King St E
Hamilton ON L8M 1C6
Canada

Parents for Children's Mental Health - Family Support Group - Burlington Chapter

Beech Tree Medical Centre (meeting location); 700 Guelph Line
Burlington ON L7R 3M8
Canada
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Joseph Brant Hospital - Community Mental Health Outpatient Services - Burlington - Joseph Brant Community Health Centre (Brant Centre)

Joseph Brant Community Health Centre (in Brant Centre); 1182 North Shore Blvd E
Burlington ON L7S 1C5
Canada

Mental Health Rights Coalition of Hamilton

100 Main St E
Hamilton ON L8N 3W4
Canada

St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton - Developmental Dual Diagnosis Program - Level 1, Block D, Room D119 (inside Specialty Mental Health Clinic area)

Specialty Mental Health Clinic area; 100 West 5th St
Hamilton ON L9C 3N6
Canada

Parents for Children's Mental Health - Family Support Group - Oakville Chapter

Canadian Mental Health Association, Halton Region; 1540 Cornwall Rd
Oakville ON
Canada