HeartLight Center was founded in 2001 and opened its doors to the public on September 30, 2003. HeartLight Center provides in-depth programs related to the process of grief and ongoing education programs and support for professional and lay caregivers in the community.
The mission of HeartLight Center is to give solace to the grieving and educate the metropolitan Denver community about the process of grief. Our main goal is to provide education and support for individuals of all ages, families, clergy, hospital and hospice personnel, counselors, therapists, funeral service professionals, and other caregivers in our community.
The specific objectives HeartLight Center pursues to accomplish these goals are as follows:
Offer comprehensive programs to serve individuals, families and caregivers who are dealing with end-of-life, death and grief concerns.
Collaborate with other individuals and organizations to extend our services throughout the community.
Make grief support available by the active use of volunteers and pursuing private, public & charitable financial support.
Continue to survey our attendees utilizing the information gathered to improve current programs and develop additional programs based on needs.