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Join us in discussing the changes that you have experienced since the death of your loved one.The workshop will focus on the adjustments you are encountering while adapting to your new normal.The Association for Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO) is the national organization that accredits One Legacy, and this link will help you find the OPO nearest your home, enabling you to connect to your local community and participate in donate life events and opportunities to honor your loved one.Camp Widow is a national camp for widows and widowers. Applications are available online or call the office to receive application by mail.One Legacy hosts FREE monthly workshops and classes about grief and loss topics in order to support donor families on their grief journey.These are held at our Downtown Los Angeles, Inland Empire, Orange office locations.Provides a national referral list of child, teen, and family grief support services, promotes awareness of the needs of children and teens grieving a death and provides education and resources for anyone who wants to support them.For information and resources to better understand and prevent suicide, please visit the following link to the "American Foundation for Suicide Prevention": For more information and resources to understand how you can receive financial support for expenses such as mental health services, funeral or burial expense or medical/dental treatments, please visit the following link to "The California Victim Compensation Program": Information and resources for understanding and preventing suicide.
Please click on the resource links below for tips on "Surviving the Holidays." Surviving the Holidays Sobreviviendo los dias festivos Our free, workshop held in Los Angeles, Redlands and Orange is an opportunity for children 3 to adult age (Spanish and English, Orange location offers English only) to gather as a family.
In the cultural tradition out of Oaxaca Mexico, One Legacy's Dia de Los Muertos 2-hour workshops take place once a year in October in Los Angeles, Redlands or Orange.
It's an opportunity for children 3 years old through adults (Spanish and English) to gather as a family, make crafts and art projects together with photos of their loved ones, and discuss the cultural traditional of this holiday where people gather to decorate a memorial altar to honor the deceased.
Crafts and art projects are available to create together with photos of your loved one, and age-specific groups are created to discuss ideas about how to cope with the holidays. For some donor families, groups or Facebook aren't as good of a fit as individual counseling via phone with one of our One Legacy Family Care staff and/or receive referrals to a counselor or to another support group in your area.
If so, please contact us by email at [email protected]; or call 800-423-7220 so that we can assist you.
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