Special Offerings

The Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care Center for Grief and Loss offers a number of special events, programs and resources to support families who have lost a loved one in our care, as well as our community.

Commemorative Celebrations

Commemoration is deeply rooted in the culture of Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care. We know how important it is for family and friends to have opportunities to remember their loved one and even reconnect with staff members. Services include a number of commemorative celebrations throughout the year, including our Commemorative Celebration on Memorial Day, Trees of Life and Tribute Wall Memorial Receptions.

Grief in the Workplace

The loss of a co-worker may affect the workplace in many ways.  Pikes Peak Hospice Grief Counselors are available for consultation and support when needed.

Grief and Loss Education Presentations for the Community

Single session grief education presentations are available by request. Your community organization can schedule a presentation or get additional information. Please call (719) 633-3400 and ask to speak with a Grief Counselor, or contact us by submitting our website form.

Referrals to Other Resources, Services and Expertise

Referrals can be arranged for individuals with needs beyond the scope of Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care's Center for Grief and Loss.

Taking the First Step

For additional information or to access services, please call (719) 633-3400 and ask to speak with a Grief  Counselor, or contact us by submitting our website form. 

What Our Families Say

Pikes Peak Hospice was so good to my husband and me and our family. They served us with integrity and love and helped us through the most difficult time we ever faced. Thank you all!

Family Satisfaction Survey 11/2014

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Children's Grief Day Camp at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
12 Jul

On June 20, 2017, Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care's Center for Grief and Loss hosted our annual Children's Grief Day Camp at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Fifteen children, along with 12 parents and grandparents, and three volunteers participated...