Click here to watch some videos you may find helpful on your grief journey. They are not intended to replace our in-person assistance. Simply call 912.303.9442 to reach a bereavement counselor.


Hospice Savannah’s Betsy Kammerud was featured on Coastal Senior Oasis podcast discussing grief and loss. Whether you’re a professional seeking guidance or someone personally coping with grief, this episode promises to be a beacon of support and understanding.



Take a few minutes to click here and listen to Betsy Kammerud, director of Full Circle Grief and Bereavement, read aloud through the pages of Michael Rosen’s Sad Book.
Sad things happen to everyone, and sometimes people feel sad for no reason at all. What makes Michael Rosen sad is thinking about his son, Eddie, who died suddenly at the age of eighteen. In this book the author writes about his sadness, how it affects him, and some of the things he does to cope with it — like telling himself that everyone has sad stuff (not just him) and trying every day to do something he can be proud of.  Expressively illustrated by the extraordinary Quentin Blake, this is a very personal story that speaks to everyone, from children to parents to grandparents, teachers to grief counselors. Whether or not you have known what it’s like to feel deeply sad, the truth of this book will surely touch you.”


This “Want to understand your grief?” video library is provided to Hospice Savannah’s Full Circle Grief and Loss Center in loving memory of Jake and Jane Berger, James Carswell Milligan, and Lois Robbins Milligan Lee. All are buried at Bonaventure Cemetery. They are the parents and maternal grandparents of Dr. Joy Berger, author and producer of this video library.