Journey Home Support Services is a peer-led organization co-operating with communities at home and abroad to cultivate connection, incorporate compassionate practice, and develop lasting and thriving relationships around wellness, support for conscious living and dying, and assisting with recovery practices.
Our goal is to grow the capacity for healing and care from within the communities in which we serve, and to establish these practices as a way forward in a sustained and equitable manner, being of service to all.
We offer several avenues for grief support, whether it is in a group or being companioned one-on-one, or whole family sessions; Journey Home holds space for grieving.
With our trained and qualified Death Midwives, Journey Home offers a breadth of services for those living with dying. Whether you or a family member is facing death, or you have a need to tend to your relationship to dying; Journey Home will walk with you.
Journey Home offers multiple ways to begin the work of living consciously; to cultivate awareness and be with presence. With trained meditation facilitators, certified peer supports, and participants with a love for connection; Journey Home celebrates Living!
Whatever has happened to you, whichever road brought you here now, know there are others who have been awaiting your presence, your gifts, and are here to support your healing. With Certified Recovery Mentors, and a vibrant recovery community from many paths; Journey Home is recovering our lives.
“I have been lucky enough to attend a few of the online Grieving Circles, WOW! What a great space to come and experience a safe conversation about what you are experiencing.
I also attended one of Angela’s Advance Health Care directive classes, she made this a breeze to understand and actually helped me realize we have options! Highly recommend these wonderful people!”
– Angie G
“Michael, Thank You SO much for the talk yesterday. You so graciously invited people into a different way of thinking and looking at themselves. Through vulnerability, personal references and honestly you encouraged a powerful community dialogue about our individual selves, pain, art and ‘others’.”
— H. Hansen
“I attended a green funeral that Angela and Michael organized. It was so well thought out and planned. Such a wonderful celebration of life. They are amazing people and definitely the right people to talk to about Death Care!“