People Who Know About Loss, Helping Grieving People

We are a compassionate group of people who are navigating grief and have made it our mission to help others who are also touched by loss.

Making Working Through Grief Easier

Mourning the loss of a loved one can be one of the most painful experiences we go through. When a significant person in our life dies, we are often catapulted into a world of confusion and unbelievable emotional pain. Everything can change: relationships, health, daily routines, finances, living arrangements, even our very self.

Each person’s journey through grief is unique. The world of grief is often a secret place, misunderstood by those around us who have not yet experienced this pain. Walking the path of heartache with others who have previously navigated this road can ease our burden. These fellow travelers can provide a listening ear, helping us cope with this difficult time, lifting our spirit. They remind us, you are not alone; it is necessary to let yourself grieve.

People Who Know About Loss, Helping Grieving People

“When the heart grieves over what it has lost, the spirit rejoices over what it has left.”

Sufi Epigram

Support Is Crucial In A Time of Need

Our network of support is centralized in the Sacramento region, but the true impact reaches much farther. Watch the video below to learn more about BNRS and how the organization was able to provide comfort in a time of need, even outside of California.

Our Mission

 The purpose of Bereavement Network Resources of Sacramento, Inc. (BNRS), is to refer bereaved persons to appropriate support resources to help in time of need. The BNRS publishes a biennial Community Bereavement Resource Directory for Sacramento and surrounding counties. In addition, the BNRS promotes healing from loss through workshops, conferences and facilitating a bereavement speaker’s bureau.

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We welcome anyone who would like to share their experience and offer support to others in the community who are struggling with grief.

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