Resources : Helpful Links

Here are some places on the internet that we would like to share with you.

Grief Support
Cornerstone of Hope

Adult Support Groups Young Adult | A group for grieving adults ages 18-32 years old. General Loss | A group for grieving adults. This group may break down into smaller groups of those who have lost a spouse, those who have lost a parent, and those who have lost a child. Perinatal/Infant Loss | A group for grieving adults who have had a miscarriage or have lost a child under the age of 2. Lost a Loved one to Murder | A group for those who have lost a loved one to murder and the feelings associated with this type of loss. Lost a Loved one to Suicide | A group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide that incorporates discussion on the feelings associated with this type of loss. Lost a Loved one to Accidental Overdose | A group for those who have lost a loved one to accidental overdose, and the group will also discuss addiction and emotions from this type of loss. TAPS | A group for those who have lost a loved one serving in the military, a partnership between the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) and Cornerstone of Hope. Group for Children, Teens & Families FLIGHT-Families living in grief and healing together | This group is for families that wish to attend a weekly group at the same time. Breakout groups are separated by age to ensure that material and discussions are age appropriate. - See more at: http://cornerstoneofhope.org/fullpage/support-groups#sthash.Hg5c9vkt.dpuf

Hospice of the Western Reserve

Hospice Bereavement We know that hospice has been a profound experience for you. There is no one formula for grief. Bereavement Coordinators provide supportive services to hospice families for 13 months after the death of a loved one. Children’s Bereavement Coordinators are also available. Individual or family visits, telephone visits, a variety of groups, educational literature and resources, and special programs are provided. Your team bereavement coordinator will be contacting you after the death of your loved one to offer support and encouragement as you move along grief’s journey. Community Grief Support – Grief Counseling If you have experienced a death unrelated to hospice, we are able to help you. Master’s prepared licensed staff provide individual counseling for children, youth, adults and families that have experienced a death outside the hospice network. This includes accidental death, non-hospice medical death, homicide and suicide. Services are provided at all Hospice of the Western Reserve offices as well as at school, the workplace and other community locations. There is a sliding fee scale. No one is denied services because of an inability to pay.

The Gathering Place

The Gathering Place offers a wide variety of free programs and services that address the emotional, physical, spiritual and social needs of those touched by cancer.

Lodging
Monuments/Markers
Veterans
Cemeteries
Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery

Local National Cemetery for honorably discharged veterans and their spouses plus any dependent children.

Social Security
Other
Cuyahoga County Probate Court

The Probate Court is established in each county of Ohio to supervise the administration of the estate of a decedent who was a legal resident in the county at the time of his or her death. Each transaction involved in the administration of an estate is subject to the examination and approval of the Probate Court.

Lorain County Probate Court

What Is Estate Administration? A probate estate is a legal proceeding provided for by Ohio law to determine the assets of a deceased person who was an Ohio resident at the time of death, the value of those assets, and the distribution of those assets to the persons entitled to them by law. A probate estate is necessary to protect and conserve the assets of the decedent for the heirs, creditors, and other persons interested in the estate. The probate estate will provide for the payment of outstanding debts, the payment of taxes, and the distribution of the remaining assets to the persons entitled to receive them under the decedent's will or by law. This process is known as the administration of a decedent's estate.