Here are some helpful resources to guide you through the various avenues when it comes to dealing with the passing of a loved one. This page is dedicated to assist you in preparing for the inevitable, as well as to provide care and support following ones separation. The resources provided include third party websites who we thought highly enough of to list. If there is anything we can add to this list or physically do to assist you, do not hesitate to contact us with your request(s).
The United States Social Security Administration is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government that administers Social Security, a social insurance program consisting of retirement, disability, and survivors' benefits.
Burial benefits available include gravesites, a Government headstone or marker, a burial flag, and a Presidential Memorial Certificate, all at no cost to the family.
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Help loved ones celebrate any occasion with beautiful floral arrangements and special gifts. Some of the best gifts, tastiest eatables and freshest flowers are hand-delivered by over 15,000 local florists in the United States and Canada.
Hospice is not necessarily the end, it can be the means to superior health and sometimes complete recovery. Find out the truths about hospice care from the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization or our local friends.
Realizing the grieving process doesn't end after the service, Giddens Memorial Chapel stands ready to serve you for the years to come. Family members will be encouraged to engage in a support group, recreational activities, and community events coordinated by our firm and local professionals.
for Suicide Prevention
Depression is a common illness that can be devastating if untreated. People who suffer from depression often turn to alcohol or drugs to feel better but end up developing another dangerous condition instead. Health care professionals can treat both depression and substance use disorders together to aid in recovery.
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