Support for you, your family, and our community

We continue to monitor many information sources and maintain our previous COVID health and safety practices. We have collected some resources that may help those who experience difficulties. See the supports available HERE.

All visitors to RHH must wear masks for the entire duration of their visit.
We are permitting only 2 visitors at a time

Thank you for your understanding during these times.

Any Time Programs

Community Match / Nav-Care

If you or someone you care for has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and feel that you need some extra support, our volunteers will come to your home. We offer emotional support, help with tasks like writing letters, social connection, and non-judgemental listening. We can meet with you in your home, the hospital and any of the care facilities in Prince George.

Because of COVID-19, our volunteers are not going into people’s homes. They are having great success through phone conversations as well as Zoom meetings.

One on One Caregiver Support

Caring for someone with a life-limiting illness can be isolating and overwhelming. Sometimes you need someone to talk to outside of your circle. We offer one on one support for Caregivers on the phone, in person or through a tablet. We understand that carving time for yourself can be difficult. We try to make it as easy as possible for you. Whether it be a quick conversation or a scheduled session. We are here for you.

Remote Hospice

For people that may not be able to leave their homes or live in rural areas, we can provide support remotely. This is a new program to bring our support into homes through the use of technology.

Zoom Grief Support

We have created a new group using a secure Zoom meeting platform. The group is a blending of Broken Circle and Tea Time. There is some education offered as well as lots of time for conversation within the group. We meet once a week. Registration is required.

Drop-in Programs

Tea Time for the Soul

Tea Time for the Soul is a peer support drop-in group held weekly, open to all of those grieving a loss. Join us Mondays from 3:00 to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 9:00 to 11:00 am at the Solace Center. Share your story with tea and cookies and begin to peel the layers of grief away.

We are currently not offering Tea time for the Soul.

Coffee for the Care Giver

Join us every Thursday from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at our Solace Center for coffee and conversation. The group focus is on you – The Caregiver – where you can share your experiences with other caregivers.  Coffee for the Caregiver offers peer support and relief from isolation.

Thursdays – 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Our Coffee for the Care Giver group is small – we are meeting in our conference room as it provides an area that is big enough to practice safe distancing. If anyone is interested, please call to register 250-563-2551.

Registered Programs

Children’s Grief Program

A program for children/teens that are experiencing a painful transition from death, divorce, separation, abandonment, or neglect. Utilizes the Rainbows internation program

We are currently offering one-on-one grief support for children and teens through zoom or telephone.

Broken Circle

Broken Circle is a registered 10-week structured support group for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one. Throughout the program, you will learn what to expect and gain valuable tools while talking to others who are sharing a similar journey. Share your story, feelings, and realizing you are not alone in your grief and emotions and can one-day experience joy again.

Grief and Grub for Guys

Over the course of the eight weeks, men find that they have things in common. There are friendships made. They become comfortable talking about their loss and what they are experiencing because of it. The program offers peer support, education about grief and a cooked meal. We do not charge a fee for this program to help eliminate any barriers to join.  Please consider donating to Grief and Grub for Guys to keep it accessible for those that need it.

If you are interested in joining one of our programs or are looking for more information, please call (250) 563-2551, email, or stop by the Hospice Society Office at 1506 Ferry Avenue. We also have a variety of pamphlets and case notes available regarding the grieving process, free of charge.

The Prince George Hospice Society does not provide counseling services; we have a team of highly trained and experienced grief support workers. However, they are not certified, counselors.