Bereavement group for MAiD

When a family member or close friend chooses medical assistance in dying (MAiD), those left behind may experience a wide range of emotions and possibly conflicting feelings about the choice their loved one made. Grief and loss (bereavement) support is available.

Our bereavement support group for family and friends of MAiD recipients in the Victoria area is a judgment free, safe, compassionate environment to share and express your feelings and emotions. This group is founded on a supportive culture of end-of-life dignity and freedom of choice. 

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MAiD Bereavement: A Guide for Patients & Families

General Information on Bereavement group for MAiD

Referral Required?
Not required
Contact Us

Oceanna Hall
SHP M.Ed M.Div. RCH CASC
Clinical Specialist 
250-886-1077

Finding Us

Saanich Peninsula Hospital, Room 1656 (outside Chapel)

Hours of Operation

Update Sept 2020:
During this time of COVID, and in accordance with the Provincial Health Officer's order to practice physical distancing, the group will be meeting Virtually. 
2nd and 4th Thursday of the month
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Secure video link connection.

Please contact us for details.

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