Sacramento Wrongful Death Resources
Here is a list of some books that have helped clients over the years:
It is important for everyone affected by a sudden death to deal with the feelings of grief, loss and sometimes anger that they experience. Everyone deals with grief in their own way, yet over the years I've found that an experienced grief counselor can help you. Feel free to call me for or with a recommendation.
C. Guided Imagery
Many clients have Recommended Belleruth Napartsek's Guided Imagery CD, A Meditation to Ease Grief
D. Support Groups
In many cases, it may be helpful to join a support group. Some of the groups in Sacramento County include:
Kaiser Permanente Hospital 916-486-5300. Grief support groups on-going and open to the public in Elk Grove, Roseville, and Sacramento.
SACRAMENTO Mercy General Hospital 916-453-4552. On going 5-week grief and loss sessions. Call for information .
Mercy San Juan Hospital Support Group Chaplaincy Services 916-537-5098. Program for anyone experiencing grief. 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 6:00 - 7:00 pm 6501 Coyle, Carmichael.
Sutter VNA Hospice 916-388-6215. Bereavement support group for those who have experienced a loss. Alternating Wed. 6:30 -8:30 pm Sutter Cancer Center, 2800 L St., Sacramento.
UCD Hospice Support Group Don Lewis, Bereavement Coordinator 916-734-1139, 6 week support groups offered throughout the year. Call for information and registration.
Loss of Children, Call Compassionate Friends 916-457-4096. Help and Support support for parents who have lost a child. Newsletter, telephone support, monthly meetings. 3rd Friday from 7:00 - 9:30 pm. South Natomas Community Center, 2921 Truxel Rd, Sacramento, 95822. Small groups available.
I'm Ed Smith and as a Sacramento Wrongful Death Lawyer I've been handling Wrongful Death Cases in Sacramento and throughout Northern California since 1982. You can look me up in Yelp or Avvo , or read and listen to testimonials from past clients.
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