March 13, 2013

Greensboro Community Resources

CEC Bereavement Counselor

Whether you are caring for a dying loved one or grieving a recent loss, there are many reasons why community support may become necessary. The following is a list of Greensboro community resources beyond Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro that are frequently useful for our families.

The Women’s Resource Center

The WRC offers community resource counseling, workshops for personal and professional growth, self-esteem groups, information about social services, legal assistance and more. Call 336-275-6090, or go online at

Monarch Center

The Monarch Center provides mental health counseling and psychiatric services. Monarch is now Guilford County’s behavioral health service hub. Call 855.788.8787, or look online at

Mental Health Association of Greensboro

The Mental Health Association of Greensboro sponsors support groups and connects people to local mental health services, along with a variety of other programs. Call 336.373.1402, or look online at

Family Service of the Piedmont Consumer Credit Counseling

Family Service of the Piedmont Consumer Credit Counseling offers workshops and individual financial counseling, assisting people with budgeting, housing counseling, credit counseling, etc. Services are free of charge. Call 336.373.8882 or look online at

Senior Resource Center of Guilford

The Senior Resource Center offers education, travel and volunteer opportunities for older adults over the age of 60. The Center coordinates mobile meals and a variety of other practical help for seniors. Contact them by calling 336.373.4816, or look online at

Shepherd’s Center

Social, learning and travel opportunities for older adults. Contact The Shepherd’s Center by phone at 336.378.0766, or look online at