Aftercare

Our service at Dolan Funeral Home continues well after the funeral. Through our first year of loss program every family receives the same type of aftercare support regardless of the services that you have selected because everyone’s loss is personal and unique.

Our aftercare program is personalized according to your loss, whether it is a spouse, parent, child, sibling, grandparent or companion. Whether the loss was expected or not, certain emotions; like anger, denial, hopelessness and a sense of being overwhelmed are all common. Grief is a life long journey and everyone’s experiences are different.

We want you to know that our commitment in helping you through this life experience is on-going. We are available to help you:

  • Sort through paperwork
  • Find appropriate grief/ bereavement support services
  • Order memorial items

We will be in contact with you at least for the first year of your loss. We provide the following:

  • A personalized aftercare packet
  • Follow up phone calls to answer any questions you may have
  • At home visits
  • Holiday ornaments

If we can be of any assistance, please feel free to contact us at 978-251-4041

Valuable Resources –

Our Services

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