Grief, Bereavement & Mental Health Summit 2021


Grief, Bereavement

& Mental Health Summit

October 2, 4, 6, 2021

Virtual Event

View the Press Release

Help Promote the Grief, Bereavement & Mental Health Summit

We hope to have many stakeholders participate in the Summit, as all voices will add value to the discussions and help to advance grief and bereavement support throughout BC and Canada. We have provided a communications toolkit to help promote the Summit on social media, in your newsletters, on your website, and throughout your community.

Download the GBMH Summit Communications Toolkit


  • Bring awareness to support grief and bereavement to aid in future mental health disorder mitigations.
  • Bring public awareness to grief, bereavement, and mental health in light of COVID-19.
  • Educational opportunities for funding organizations and policy makers to understand grief, bereavement, and mental health and how hospices can support community need.

Groups for Discussion and Recommendations:

  • Interdisciplinary Care Team
    • i.e. physicians, registered nurses, volunteers, licensed practical nurses, doulas, chaplains, and spiritual leaders
  • Caregivers and Patients
  • Funders, Policy Makers, and Senior Stakeholders
    • i.e . hospice senior leads, palliative care leads, non profit and other organization executives

Have any questions about Grief, Bereavement & Mental Health? BC Hospice Palliative Care Societies are here to help.

Hospice societies provide services in Grief, bereavement, Advance Care Planning, compassionate listening,  end of life, caregivers support, volunteers and frontline workers support and much more in the communities they serve. Please contact your community hospice for additional services and self-care supports.