End of Life, Grief & Bereavement, Faith & Family Resources
Hall-Wynne Bereavement Support Services
We are one of the community partners in the Unicorn Bereavement Center (Hillsborough) of Duke HomeCare & Hospice. The support groups and counseling sessions available through the Unicorn Center are for anyone in the community who may wish to participate. One does not need to have used hospice services in order to qualify. Information in the link below.
Duke HomeCare & Hospice (www.dhcc.dukehealth.org)
Hall-Wynne also offers the services of licensed pastoral counselor, Rob Womack. For individuals or families our company has served, we underwrite 3 couseling sessions for those who may need assistance in working through a loss.
Rob began in a ministry of service in 2003 as a volunteer for pediatric patients and families at Duke Hospital. Since then, he has served as a hospice volunteer and as a doula for single women and couples. In 2006, he made a vocational commitment to helping people move through the difficult transitions life presents. He attended Wake Forest University where he received a Masters in Divinity and a Masters of Arts in Counseling. A Durham native, he is an associate licensed professional counselor (LPCA) and National Certified Counselor (NCC). Rob appreciates working with spiritually and culturally diverse persons facing the most universal transition: grief and loss. He counsels people of many ages from teens to seniors. Please visit Rob's website below:
UNC Hospice (serving Pittsboro / Chapel Hill) - (www.unchealthcare.org/site/hospice)
Project Compassion (www.project-compassion.org)
Center for Loss & Life Transition (www.centerforloss.com)
PBS Frontline - The Undertaking
Living with Dying in America
The Doughy Center for Grieving Children and Families
The Compassionate Friends -- Support following the death of a child
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
NPR's Death, Grief and Bereavement
AARP Grief and Loss Site
Survivors of Suicide
Cremation Association of North America
The New York Times "Final Salute"