Support for Families
Having a loved one who is facing serious illness affects the whole family. Centrica Care Navigator’s circle of care expands to support them as they face their own set of challenges. Our licensed counselors and chaplains, as well as dedicated volunteers, are here to assist and guide the entire family along this path.
Navigating the emotional challenges of a life-limiting illness can at times be uncertain, creating fear, anxiety, depression, guilt and other negative feelings. Our expert team of social workers and trained counselors help clients and family members alike work through these challenges.
Matters of faith and spirituality come front and center during a life-limiting illness. Centrica chaplains can support you along your spiritual journey – always honoring your faith, beliefs, traditions and personal preferences.
Trained Centrica volunteers provide companionship, emotional support, respite for caregivers and transportation. Whether you simply need a compassionate listener – or require assistance with an errand, making a meal or light housekeeping – volunteers help ensure you don’t have to go it alone.
Grief Support Programs
Centrica’s experienced grief support team provides a range of services to help you through difficult times, at every step. All Centrica Grief Support programs are free and open to the community. They are led by licensed grief support counselors and trained volunteers. Learn about our grief support programs.
Caring for a loved one with a serious illness can be one of life’s most challenging responsibilities. Access resources that can help answer questions and guide you along the caregiving process.
Clients and their families share how the expert team from Centrica Care Navigators made a profound difference in their lives.
“You all lightened our load and relieved us of our fears. Your graciousness will always be remembered. Thanks more than words can say.”
“Each of you were so attentive and helpful answering all my questions and helping me cope with ever-changing medicine doses. Thank you also to the triage nurses that answered my troubled questions during the long nights.”
“All of your staff was very kind and compassionate, not just to Dad, but to me also as the designated patient advocate and family representative.”
“All I can say is this grief stuff is hard; however, your professional and compassionate care and support during my mom’s last days made a very difficult time bearable. I cannot thank you enough for your wonderful care.”
“You have made this difficult time much easier for our family and our mother. Your staff was absolutely caring and kind.”