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LOSS Program Office
721 N. LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60654

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Featured this Month:

From the Desk of Father Rubey
3 days ago by Father Ruby
During the month of October we celebrate two rather different events in our history. The first one is Columbus Day when we celebrate the man who discovered America.
Restoring Family Stability after a Suicide
3 days ago by Cynthia Waderlow MSE, LCSW
Every family has various needs for structure. As they grow, families will create the rules and routines that support their ability to function. We know that families have different resources and various amounts of structure supporting day-to-day living, but if they have inadequate structure and routine for too long there can be emotional and behavioral reactions.

Archives:

From the Desk of Father Rubey
Friday, May 01, 2015 by Father Rubey
You may never have heard of Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson who recently completed a climb in Yosemite National Park. They scaled the Dawn Wall in Yosemite which is considered the most treacherous climb in the world. I followed their progress as it was reported in the newspaper. I was fascinated by their dedication and their tenacity as they persevered to reach their goal. At the end of the climb one of them remarked that everyone in life has a Dawn Wall to scale.
School Age Children and their Grief Processes
Friday, May 01, 2015 by Cynthia Waderlow MSE, LCSW
Our LOSS children’s program receives calls from parents who previously had no need to consider counseling services for their school age children.   Parents may have been challenged to keep up with the flourishing child’s social schedule, tutor, team sports, music lessons,… but had no reason to consider that their child’s rapid developmental progress might be impacted by a profound loss, such as suicide.