Home Consumer TrustBridge and Tomorrow’s Rainbow Partner to Support Grieving Children

TrustBridge and Tomorrow’s Rainbow Partner to Support Grieving Children

By SouthFloridaReporter.com, Oct. 5, 2015 – COCONUT CREEK, Fla. – TrustBridge Health Bereavement Centers and Tomorrow’s Rainbow have announced a new partnership to support grieving children (ages 5-10) with an all-day camp named Club Seahorse.

TrustBridge Health Bereavement Centers provide special healing opportunities for grieving children through The Sea Star Program, which includes three different camp programs. The newest of these camp programs, Club Seahorse, will take place on Friday, October 23, at Tomorrow’s Rainbow in Coconut Creek.

“The purpose of Club Seahorse is to bring children, whose loved ones have died, together for support and friendship,” said Chelsea Johnson, Bereavement Manager, TrustBridge Health. “This innovative grief support program includes interactions with miniature horses and other small farm animals, peer support groups, therapeutic art and play.”

Throughout the day-long camp, children will have the opportunity to identify ways to cope with change, improve self-esteem, learn to recognize and validate feelings, identify safe ways to express grief, and to recognize that having fun and celebrating are still a part of life.

The Sea Star Program’s Club Seahorse is free of charge for all children who attend. To obtain an application, please visit http://hobc.org/news/club-seahorse. As space is limited, completed applications must be received by October 15. 

About TrustBridge Health

For more than 35 years, Hospice by the Sea and Hospice of Palm Beach County have provided the community with the highest level of compassionate end-of-life care. In 2014, they joined together to create a new not-for-profit organization, TrustBridge Health.  In addition to hospice services, TrustBridge Health offers FocusCare Home Health and Harbor Palliative Care Services. Together, they care for patients and families from the initial onset of a serious illness through end-of-life care. As a not-for-profit, they provide hospice care to anyone who is eligible for services, regardless of the ability to pay. They offer programs that go above and beyond what Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance provide under the normal hospice benefit, such as clinical massage therapy, music therapy, and an extensive grief support program. 

About Tomorrow’s Rainbow

The mission of Tomorrow’s Rainbow is to provide grieving children, teens and their families an emotionally safe environment for hope and healing through guidance, education and support.