We, at Thompson-Miller Funeral Home, Inc. care about hurting people long after the funeral is over. We are proud to offer to you our own bereavement program, Someone's Caring. Robin S. Miller, Grief Specialist and Educator, is available and she is professionally trained to assist the needs of persons after the death of their loved one.
We believe in companioning people through a very difficult time in the journey of grief. We are creative in our approach and treat each situation individually, as we are all unique in our grief.
Someone’s Caring was established in 1991 because Thompson-Miller Funeral Home, Inc., has always believed that our caring continues even after the day of the funeral. The caring that begins upon the death of a loved one is for a lifetime, for the families we serve, and as a resource for our community.
Our mission is to companion and provide compassion towards those individuals who have experienced the death of their loved one.
2. Individual Private Session with our Bereavement Specialist, Robin S. Miller.
3. Optional social gatherings for graduate members of Basic Nine-Week Grief Support Groups - monthly dinner clubs, day/weekend trips, other social activities.
The Someone's Caring Grief Support Groups are held in the "Garden Lounge of Hope". It is a safe place where many hurting people have embraced their grief experience and discovered the hope after the death of their beloved one.
Someone's Caring Educational Therapeutic 9-week Grief Support Group
For anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one. The next session will begin in March of 2024. We will meet every Tuesday afternoon for 9-weeks. Registration fee will apply to cover costs. Groups are kept small, so register early! If interested contact Robin S. Miller, 724-287-2273 or by e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Someone's Caring Survivors of Suicide Support Group
This ongoing Support Group meets 2nd Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. If interested contact Robin S. Miller, 724-287-2273 or by e-mail - email@example.com