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Grief Counseling

The Rainbow Passage- pet Loss Support and Bereavement Center
Charlene Douglas
1528 E. River Rd.
Grafton, WI  53024
Phone: 414-376-0340 (please leave a message and your call will be returned)

Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
540-231-8038
6pm - 9pm, EST, Tues and Thur

American Society for the Prevention and Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) - 24 hours
1-877-GRIEF-10 (1-877-474-3310). This is a direct line to ASPCA's psychologist and grief counselor, Dr. Stephanie LaFarge, PhD.

Ohio State University
614-292-1823 (C.A.L.L.-Companion Animal Listening Line)
6:30pm - 9:30pm, EST, Mon - Fri
10am - 4pm, EST, Sat - Sun
Hotline hours dependent upon volunteer availability
Licensed Social Worker available at 614-247-8607
9am - 5:30pm, EST, Mon - Fri

College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois
The C.A.R.E. Helpline is staff by veterinary students who have received training by professional grief counselors and receive ongoing supervision by a licensed psychologist. People who are either grieving the loss of a companion animal, or are anticipating a loss are encouraged to call our toll-free line at: 1-877-394-CARE.

American Veterinary Medical Association
www.avma.org/careforanimals/

The Delta Society - the Human-Animal Health Connection
www.deltasociety.org

Pet Loss Support
www.aplb.org
www.pet-loss.net
www.selfhealingexpressions.com

Horse Loss Support
www.hoofbeats-in-heaven.com

Candle Lighting Ceremony
www.griefonline.com
 

Affiliations

  • AVMA: American Veterinary Medical Association
  • MVMA: Maryland Veterinary Medical Association
  • IVAS: International Veterinary Acupuncturist Society
  • ESVA: Eastern Shore Veterinary Association

 

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