Peace Arch Hospice Society would like to humbly acknowledge that we are located on the shared,
unceded, traditional territories of the Semiahmoo First Nation and the broader territory of the
Coast Salish Peoples, where we live, work and play.
Our Supportive Care Centre is open to receive Clients who want to meet in-person, and we will still continue to support those who are more comfortable receiving support through telephone or video calls. We want you to know that ensuring the health and safety of our Volunteers, Clients, Staff and Community is still first and foremost as we continue to follow the Provincial Health Officer’s guidelines.
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Grief Support Services
We offer a range of specialized grief support services to meet the needs of everyone in our community, and are committed to ongoing improvement of our Hospice Society programs. Key services include individual and family counselling, support groups, relaxation groups, walking groups and more.
Children need special care when faced with the loss of a friend, parent or other family member. Our Hospice Society grief support for children 6-12 years is offered on an as-needed basis for as long as a family needs our services.
Teens can feel helpless and vulnerable when experiencing emotional pain associated with grief. Our Hospice Society support for adolescents and young adults 13 years and older is flexible and tailored to each teen’s needs.
Adults living with grief cope with strong and unfamiliar emotions. Our wide variety of Hospice Society tailored support options are designed to provide both one-on-one and group support care in a relaxing and open environment.
Families often need emotional, practical or spiritual support when coping with loss. Our Hospice Society registered clinical counsellors and trained volunteers are there to listen, understand and help each family member.
Are you or someone you know coping with loss? Turn to Peace Arch Hospice Society grief support services for help during this difficult life transition.
Services & Resources
A person with advanced illness may hurt physically, emotionally and spiritually. Our Hospice Society provides much-needed support and resources to caregivers, individuals and their families, including professional counseling, vigil services, and relaxation therapy. Read more
This is a time for individuals and caregivers to give acceptance, support and comfort. Though there are commons signs and symptoms marking the end of one’s life, each person’s experience is unique. Our Hospice Society is here to help with practical advice and comfort concerns. Read more
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Where to Find Us
Peace Arch Hospice Society
|15435 16a Ave, Surrey, BC V4A 1T2, Canada||
Supportive Care Centre
Peace Arch Hospice Society Thrift Store
|15562 24 Ave #2a, Surrey, BC V4A 2J5, Canada||
15562 24th Avenue Surrey, BC V4A 2J5
Peace Arch Hospice Society
15435 - 16A Avenue, South Surrey
British Columbia, Canada V4A 1T2