“To Family and Staff,
Thank you for the package of forget-me-not seeds. How kind of you. I appreciate you all so much as does my family. You took such good care of us when my husband L. died. You blessed us all.”
— M. F.
Grief Support When You Need it Most
After the funeral, memorial service, or scattering of ashes, the journey through grief to recovery is unique for everyone. At Friedrich-Jones and Overman-Jones Funeral Homes, we are here to support you in this journey.
The following online tools offer education and interactive resources for friends and families experiencing the loss of a loved one:
- Our grief library and caregiving library provide collections of articles and information about the grief experience and the path to recovery.
- Feel the embrace of those who understand your journey with our 365 Days of Grief Support.
- To offer support, share a memory, or simply to let others know you are with them in spirit, participate in our light a luminary, post a heart, and post a card options.
Grief Support and Recovery Resources
After losing a loved one, it can be a challenge just to face each day. You may suffer from feelings of shock, disbelief, and depression. You do not need to deal with these feelings alone. There are many support groups and organizations, both local and national, ready to help you through these difficult times.
Please visit our links page to explore many types of valuable grief support and recovery resources. We list resources for all family members, including parents, children, and those who have lost a spouse or life partner.
Aftercare Programs Help Heal
The family and staff of Friedrich-Jones and Overman-Jones Funeral Homes offer various aftercare programs to assist their grieving families—see how we can help support you after the services are over.
Grief Support for Pets and Pet Loss
Pets Are Welcome at Your Family Service
Pet owners recognize that pets mourn the loss of a loved one as much as any family member. The Jones family understands this and welcomes your pet to any end-of-life service. Often, sharing your grief helps both human and animal companions and aids both mourners on the road to recovery.
To arrange for your pet or the pet of a loved one to attend and participate in funeral services, contact one of the Jones family members for arrangements.
For those experiencing the loss of a pet, we offer the wisdom and experience of the pet loss library.
To offer support to those who have lost a pet, visit our pet memorial paws.
For those who have lost a pet and seek a funeral provider, we recommend the services of Hinsdale Animal Cemetery.
For the past 80 years, Hinsdale Animal Cemetery has offered the most beautiful burial grounds for the interment of pets in Illinois. They work closely with area veterinarians and service providers to offer euthanasia in your home and transportation of your pet to their facility. Options include removal, cremation, and burial services for pets, including equine companions.
After all, your pets are family too.