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AFTERCARE

Our staff is available to you after the service as well. We care about you and your family, and we hope you will consider us your friends. If you need grief and bereavement information, help with insurance forms, or just someone to talk to, we are here for you.

MONTHLY SUPPORT GROUPS

What: Bereavement Support Group Meetings
When: TIME TO BE ANNOUNCED.
Where: Robinson-Lytle Funeral Home

Our monthly bereavement support group meetings are not only for the families we serve. We are providing this as a public service to the entire community.

If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, and you need someone to talk to, or someone to listen, come to Robinson-Lytle's Bereavement Support Group Meetings. You can also take advantage of the materials in our grief library. If you want more information, please call: Robinson-Lytle  at (724)349-9700.

 

A BRIEF LISTING OF LIBRARY RESOURCES  AT ROBINSON-LYTLE INC.

Awakening from Grief by John E. Welshons
Before They call the Undertaker  John D.Varner
A Child's View of Grief by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph. D.
Common Threads of Teenage Grief by Teens Who Know Janet Tyson
Don't ask for the Dead Man's Golf Clubs Lynn Kelly
Don't Take My Grief Away from Me Doug Manning
The Empty Chair, the Journey of Grief after Suicide Beryl S. Glover
Finding Your Way, After your Parent Dies Richard Gilbert
Finding Your Way through Grief Karen Katafiasz
The Funeral, The Chance to Touch, Serve, Heal Doug Manning
Good Night Sweet Prince, You Can Give a Eulogy William Schmidt
Grief Therapy Karen Katafiasz
Grief Therapy Linus Mundy
Grief Walking, Four Prayerful Steps to Healing After Loss Linus Mundy
Healing Grief Victor M. Parachin
Healing Your Grieving Heart, 100 Practical Ideas Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D

 

BROCHURES
A guide for Planning Ahead The Spiral of Grief
A Helpful Guide to Funeral Planning Survivors of Suicide
Beginning Again Understanding Cremation
Loving Memories, a Pre-planning Guide What is a Funeral For?
Pre-Arranging the Funeral Service When Children Hurt

 

VIDEOS  
A Child's View of Grief  
A Safe Place to Be, Finding Ways to Helping Children Through the Grieving Process
A Teen.'s View of Grief  
Caregiver Issues  
Family Issues  
Gifts for the Journey, Live Life to the Fullest, Face Death Realistically and With Good Mental Health
Guilt Issues  
Journey Through the Shadows, Hope for Healing After Someone You love Has Committed Suicide
The Last Dance, Life After Consequences of Driving While Impaired Following A Teen Dance
Legal Issues  
Light Amongst the Shadows, How to Help those You Care for When Suicide Occurs

 

BOOKLETS
Bearing the Special Grief of Suicide Learning to Live Alone
Cherishing Your Memories of a Loved One Losing Someone Close
Estate Planner Losing Your Dad
Finding Your Way After the Death of a Spouse Helping a Child Grieve and Grow
For Teens Suicide-- When it Happens to Someone You Know Losing Your Mom
Getting Through the Annual Reminders of Your Loss