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The Pathways Center for Grief & Loss Now Offers Online Grief Support

Hospice & Community Care’s Pathways Center for Grief & Loss provides a unique way to connect to individuals regardless of time or distance with Online Grief Education and Support, available at no cost to participants. Anyone dealing with the illness or death of a loved one can access this support online at any time of day on any device with internet access.

Many grieving people find nights and weekends particularly difficult, and may not have access to resources to help them deal with their grief. Online Grief Support provides an outlet to access educational videos, request a virtual conference with one of the master’s level counselors and participate in a private group with other grieving people who can provide insight and support.

The Pathways Center offers support to the entire community, regardless if they utilized Hospice services. They offer an extensive lending library, many loss specific grief groups, individual counseling and grief support for children, teens and families.

The Pathways Center is located at 4075 Old Harrisburg Pike, in Mount Joy. For online grief support, visit For more information, call 717-391-2413 or email

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