Grief Support

Here for you after the funeral.

When a loved one passes away, grief can be overwhelming. Friends and family need time to heal, and grieving is a normal part of that process.

Need to Talk?

We know sometimes the hardest part is taking the time to reach out for support. Call today 636-940-1000.

Because grief does not end with the funeral, neither does our service to you. We will continue to provide any assistance and support that you need for as long as you need it. Our Grief Support Services Program is one of the most comprehensive programs in the Midwest, and the support groups and resource services are available to our community at no charge.

Through our Center for Hope and Healing, we provide grief counseling services and ongoing classes on a variety of topics to help families. Whether it is a small or large group you will find people you can identify with and share experiences, under the leadership of professionals committed to making a difference in people’s lives. We can also help if you are dealing with other painful or difficult life experiences, including divorce, disability, medical challenges, or mental health difficulties.

Annual Remembrance Programs

  • Veterans and Peace Officers are honored during our annual Memorial Services in May.
  • Every June, Baue hosts Seeds of Hope, a remembrance program with a balloon release. In September, the Paws to Remembber pet honoring ceremony is held.
  • Dr. Alan Wolfelt from the Center for Loss and Life Transitions Presents a seminar in October for the bereaved.
  • In December, Baue hosts our annual Holiday Remembrance candle lighting programs at the three locations.

Grief Classes

We are proud to offer ongoing classes on a variety of topics to help families.

Whether it is a small or large group you will find people you can identify with and share experiences.

Led by professionals these classes are popular and make a difference in peoples lives.

We encourage you to call us or sign up for a class today.

Silver and Gold Club

If you are 60 or better and interested in meeting new people, connecting with old friends and having fun, the Silver & Gold Club is for you!

This club holds several well-attended events each year – with most events averaging more than 200 people.

There is no cost to join and there are over 2,500 members.

Grief Library

Baue provides an extensive lending library at the St. Charles location at 620 Jeff Street. This is the most comprehensive Grief Library in the area and is available 7 days a week.

We also offer an online Grief Library which contains articles written by Dr. Alan Wolfelt, PhD.

Local Organizations

There are local resources in our community that have information and can help you.

Pet Loss Support Group

We provide a forum to talk with others who share your feelings. We will also be learning about the grief process and important coping skills to aid you.

1st Monday of every month

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
4175 Shady Springs Lane, St. Peters