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Helping a loved one through a transitional period can be difficult. We offer multiple support groups to help family members and caregivers through these situations. Browse the different support groups below to find out which one is right for you.

Caregiver Connection

Caregiver Connection is a support group facilitated by Hillcrest Health Services’ Director of Education & Quality, Anna Fisher, Ph.D., and is sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association Nebraska Chapter in Omaha.

When: 4th Thursday of every month, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Where: The Grand Lodge at Hillcrest Country Estates, 6021 Grand Lodge Avenue, Papillion, NE.

For more information, call (402) 682-4272.

H.E.A.L.

Healing Each other After a Loss

A public support group for individuals preparing for or experiencing the loss of a family member, friend or patient

The bereaved is invited to participate in a 10-week educational support group. Group members can expect:

  • A safe, nonjudgmental environment to speak openly
  • A chance to gain new friends and acquaintances
  • Education and ideas about grief and loss
  • A book and journal about grief to help navigate the journey

A donation is suggested to help cover the costs of materials. After the 10-week group, grievers are invited to attend an open, ongoing social grief group held twice a month on one of the Hillcrest campuses in Bellevue or Papillion.

The next 10-week session will begin in August and be held twice monthly through December. Meetings will be held at the Hillcrest Hospice Care office at 1820 Hillcrest Drive in Bellevue.

 To register or get more information, contact the Hillcrest Hospice Bereavement Coordinator:
(402) 934-2282, bereavement@hillcresthealth.com.

Parkinson's Disease Support Group

When: 3rd Tuesday of every month, 10:00 a.m.

Where: Bellevue Medical Center, Bellevue, NE

For more information, call Lee Nyberg at (402) 261-5158 or Lauren Kesteloot at (402) 763-3740, or visit Bellevue Medical Center’s website for a list of upcoming meetings.

Hillcrest has also recently started a support group with Parkinson’s Nebraska. Check our News & Events section for details on the next support group meeting.

Caregiver Connection

Caregiver Connection is a support group facilitated by Hillcrest Health Services’ Director of Education & Quality, Anna Fisher, Ph.D., and is sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association Nebraska Chapter in Omaha.

When: 4th Thursday of every month, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Where: The Grand Lodge at Hillcrest Country Estates, 6021 Grand Lodge Avenue, Papillion, NE.

For more information, call (402) 682-4272.

H.E.A.L.

Healing Each other After a Loss

A public support group for individuals preparing for or experiencing the loss of a family member, friend or patient

The bereaved is invited to participate in a 10-week educational support group. Group members can expect:

  • A safe, nonjudgmental environment to speak openly
  • A chance to gain new friends and acquaintances
  • Education and ideas about grief and loss
  • A book and journal about grief to help navigate the journey

A donation is suggested to help cover the costs of materials. After the 10-week group, grievers are invited to attend an open, ongoing social grief group held twice a month on one of the Hillcrest campuses in Bellevue or Papillion.

The next 10-week session will begin in August and be held twice monthly through December. Meetings will be held at the Hillcrest Hospice Care office at 1820 Hillcrest Drive in Bellevue.

 To register or get more information, contact the Hillcrest Hospice Bereavement Coordinator: 
(402) 934-2282, bereavement@hillcresthealth.com.

Parkinson's Disease Support Group

When: 3rd Tuesday of every month, 10:00 a.m.

Where: Bellevue Medical Center, Bellevue, NE

For more information, call Lee Nyberg at (402) 261-5158 or Lauren Kesteloot at (402) 763-3740, or visit Bellevue Medical Center’s website for a list of upcoming meetings.

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