Counseling for Serious Illness
When someone is diagnosed with a serious illness, they face many changes and challenges, as do their family members. These include adjustments to new routines, dealing with symptoms and treatments and taking on care-giving responsibilities. Counseling can help you navigate these changes and manage difficult emotions.
Through our Pathways for Grief and Loss program, we offer counseling and support to individuals and families coping with a serious illness. If you or someone you know is struggling with an illness and need support to help with the demands of caregiving, fears about the future and overall changes in life, please contact Pathways.
Fees and Insurance
Family members of Pathways patients are provided with a limited number of counseling sessions at no charge. Counseling is open to the community and there are many options available for obtaining counseling services.
There are many options available for obtaining these counseling services.
– Sliding Fee Scale
– Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
– Medicare/Medicaid on a case-by-case basis
Please call us at 970-663-3500 for more information about our services or support groups, registration and fees. Our website includes a calendar of grief support programs and resource materials about grief, loss and caregiving.