Are You Caring for Someone You Love?

As North America’s largest network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers, we work with families who care for their loved ones every day. We know the stresses and challenges of being a caregiver, and we’re here to help. Dignity Memorial® providers offer an extensive selection of resources for those helping themselves or others cope with grief and loss.

The Dignity Memorial Guidance Series is a collection of free brochures, booklets, DVDs and CDs offering professional advice and compassionate insight on the topics of loss, grieving and caring for others. We proudly make these materials available to families at no charge. To obtain copies, contact a Dignity Memorial provider near you, or you can access the articles online in our Resource Library.

In addition, a toll-free 24-Hour Compassion Helpline® is included with the purchase of a Dignity Memorial plan and is available for purchase separately as well. When traditional support like family or clergy is unavailable, you and your family are invited to use our toll-free Compassion Helpline for up to one year. The Helpline is staffed by professionals who have advanced degrees and are specially trained in grief counseling.

Recommended Reading

For a list of recommended reading on the topics of grief and loss, and helping others cope with their grief, click here.


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Planning Final Arrangements
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Making final arrangements in advance helps to ease the burden on family, friends and caregivers when death occurs. Encourage your loved one to share their wishes by planning now. Click here to learn more.

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Resource Library

Visit our Resource Library to learn about funeral customs and etiquette, find popular funeral readings or search our extensive grief support library. Go to Library.