Healthy RC - Community Conversations on Coping with Grief and Loss

Coping with Grief and Loss

Mental health was identified as a community health priority by the Rancho Cucamonga residents during the Strategic Planning process. The Healthy RC Mental Health Subcommittee develops strategies and initiatives to de-stigmatize mental health and direct resources available through the Your Mind Matters mental health awareness mental health campaigns and symposiums. Community members are invited to engage in dialogue and take action in building a positive culture of mental health that is free from stigma.

Join us for an evening of Community Conversations on Coping with Grief and Loss on February 13th from 5:30-8 p.m. at Central Park, 11200 Base Line Road.

Listen to powerful community testimonials that showcase resilience by seeking support. Take part in small group discussions on starting the conversation of finding mental health services to support your experiences with grief and loss. Be prepared for an inspiring night of storytelling and connecting with your community.

Explore and Learn:

•The tools and resources on how to identify and cope with grief and loss presented by a mental health service provider.

•Panel discussion: Hear firsthand stories of grief, loss, and resilience.

•Engage in small-group community dialogue about coping strategies with grief and loss.

•Mental health services and wellness resource fair.

Table discussions topics include:

  1. Grief and Loss of your partner
  2. Grief and Loss of a parent
  3. Grief and Loss of your child
  4. Grief and Loss of a friend
  5. Grief and Loss of a pet
  6. Grief and Loss for the Older generation/Seniors
  7. Grief and Loss of a job, home, or other transition.
  8. Grief and Loss (Teen Table for 12-17 years old)
  9. End of Life Planning (Estate Planning, Funeral Home, Hospice, etc.)

*This is an informative event that does not constitute a therapist-client relationship.This is not a substitute for professional diagnosis or treatment from a mental health professional.


If you are having a psychiatric crisis, please call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.

For more information and resources please visit or call

(909) 774-2044



Dinner and childcare will be provided. Spanish translation available,

contact 909-774-2044 to request other languages.