Many families count on the organization’s counseling services, Kenny Slaught says. The services provided include individual, group and family counseling and are free of charge. The sessions touch the topic of death and help individuals cope with the feelings of grief on a emotional, psychological, and spiritual level. The hospice also offers its services in different locations for those who can’t go to the center. When processed in the early stages, grief becomes easier to handle and does not disrupt an individual’s life years later, research has shown. It has also been observed that grief counselors are more beneficial to trauma patients compared to general mental health practitioners.