The Coping Centre offers a peaceful place for support, understanding, compassion and encouragement in the uniqueness of one’s grief journey.
The Coping Centre is a beautiful, century old estate nestled in 6 acres of beautiful gardens and mature trees, overlooking the Grand River. Coping was founded in 1990 by Glenn and Roslyn Crichton after the loss of their 5 year old daughter to Leukemia. As a result of their own grief journey the Crichton’s quickly realized that a support centre was needed, a place to step aside from everyday living in a world that often does not understand grief.
Coping is a non-profit, charitable organization
No charge for group participants
On-going follow-up programs after the initial Coping group sessions
Coping offers support programs, retreats and educational seminars by professionals and volunteers who have all experienced grief in their own lives.