Program Overview

New Hope Center for Grief Support is a 501c3 charitable organization dedicated to bringing hope, healing, and new beginnings to adults and children grieving the death of a loved one. Located in Northville, Michigan, we offer age and loss specific workshops, seminars, peer support groups and social events for those who’ve experienced all types of losses: spouses, children, parents, siblings, and other loved ones.

We also provide community outreach, trainings, and practical resources to help equip those in our community to best understand and support those in grief.

Our Circles of Hope family program offers multiple family workshops, seminars and an annual summer camp to invest in children, support parents, and strengthen families.

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History

New Hope Center for Grief Support was founded in 2000 by Cathy Clough, a woman who had experienced the pain of grief and the challenges of being a young widow raising three kids. As she healed, she found new beginnings in life by supporting countless others of all ages and losses through their own grief journey. Since then, New Hope Center has served thousands of grieving individuals and families throughout Southeast Michigan.

Impact

2017 was a year of great change for New Hope Center for Grief Support. Every change was made with one goal: to increase our impact in the community. 

See our 2017 Annual Report below:

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