Doylestown Health Hospice Bereavement

To our Bereavement Community Members

In light of the Covid-19 outbreak:

In adhering with both hospital and community guidelines and maintaining your health and well being as our first priority, we will be postponing all Bereavement programs, seminars, support groups and community activities through the end of March. We will update you as more information becomes available and hope to restart our programs as soon as possible. Should you have any questions, please call 215-345-2079 or email

Please stay safe and wash your hands!!!

Warmly, Celia

Provider of Services to Newly Bereaved Within The Greater Doylestown, Pennsylvania Area

Bereavement support is an integral part of the comprehensive care offered by Doylestown Health Hospice. Support groups and educational programs provide varied opportunities for individuals living with loss to share their experiences and mentor one another as they move forward. We believe that participants are the true teachers for one another.

Bereavement staff facilitate all groups and attend all hospice sponsored programs ensuring a safe environment that fosters growth and healing. If you or a loved one live outside of the local area, we can assist in locating resources closer to home. For support on your journey of living with loss, please contact our office at 215-345-2079.

Program dates, times and locations are subject to change based on weather and attendance/registration.

Please remember that YOU MUST REGISTER within 24 hours of all programs by calling:
(215) 345-2079.


New programs and support groups for 2020!

  • A support group for those in, or entering their second to third year of bereavement
  • A second-year support group for Younger Surviving Partners
  • A monthly drop-in gathering
  • Several new seminars/programs of honor and remembrance

A separate mailing and other media notifications will be forthcoming in the New Year.

We’re very excited to bring new avenues of support to you…stay posted!

Celia M.R. Blum, MSW, LSW
Bereavement Coordinator

Karyn J. Arnold, BS
Bereavement Coordinator