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Regresando a la escuela con el corazon roto

August 2, 2018

La temporada de regreso a la escuela en un momento emocionante. Puede ser tambien abrumador tener que re-establecer su rutina diaria. Para un nino que esta pasando por duelo,  esta época del año puede estar llena de emociones cuando se da cuenta de que su persona especial que murió ya no está allí para participar […]...

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Celebrating Memories

May 26, 2017

The month of May and the onset of summer brings many celebrations: Mother’s Day, graduations, weddings and Father’s Day. These momentous occasions are joyous but can also bring about painful feelings as we remember the loved ones who are not alive to celebrate with us. Consider creating a comforting new ritual to honor your loved one...

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Keeping an Open Heart

March 22, 2017

When facing life-altering changes, like the death of a loved one or the diagnosis of a serious illness, it can be difficult to understand and reconcile such complicated feelings.  The following activity is a great way to acknowledge feelings that have been “hiding” away and serve as a reminder that our hearts can continue to […]...

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I Love You to Pieces

February 13, 2017

This is a great activity for children who are grieving. It allows them to to build a heart, piece by piece and remember the special people in their lives who have died. Even though someone might not be with us, we still remember pieces of them all the time. Supplies Needed: Pieces of brightly colored […]...

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January Edition of News from the Nest – Welcome 2017!

January 18, 2017

Check out the January Edition of Tu Nidito’s monthly newsletter ‘News from the Nest’ now!...

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Camp Erin 2016 Highlights

December 16, 2016

Camp Erin 2016 was a wonderful success! Thank you to the campers and their families who put their trust in us on their grief journeys. We are especially grateful for the sponsors and volunteers that came together to ensure that children impacted by the death of someone special had a fun and healing camp experience. […]...

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Honoring loved ones with Dia de los Muertos

October 21, 2016

Each year on November 1st and 2nd, the memories of people who have died are celebrated in Mexico, in a national fiesta known as Dia de Los Muertos. It is believed that on this day the souls of the departed make a brief return to this world to share in a feast and to bring […]...

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ST. ELIZABETH’S HEALTH CENTER

June 21, 2016

St. Elizabeth’s Health Center is a faith-based community health center that supports the healthcare needs of the uninsured and underserved in Southern Arizona. We commit to provide high quality healthcare with respect and dignity by responding to individual needs and encouraging health and well-being. Behavioral health services are available to r...

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Bereavement Therapists & Counselors

June 21, 2016

Douglas, Liz, Ph.D. 469-7977 Fimberes, Martha (Spanish) 327-1817 Flannagan, Elaine 749-2075 Gell, Julee, LCSW ~ Complicated & Traumatic Loss (1st & River) 240-2715 Harada, Patti, BA (Catalina) 977-5566 Harmon, Lane, MC, LPC (Northside) 297-6228 Jones-Rosenberg, Barbara, RN, LPC, SEP 403-5611 Knight, Margaret Anne, MA, CPC, CSAC 623-7725 Mil...

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Crisis Intervention

June 21, 2016

For changes contact Belinda Motzkin Brauer 520-488-6594 or bbrauer@agapehospiceaz.com Crisis Intervention Days Hours Facility Address Contact Information Suicide Crisis Hotline Crisis Hotline 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Life Line 800-273-8255 Veterans Crisis Hotline Crisis Hotline 24/7 National Veterans Crisis Hotline 800-273-8255 Domestic Vio...

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