A service organization dedicated to those journeying through life losses, providing education and resources to professionals and laypersons as they offer support and understanding to those seeking peace and acceptance in their lives.


The Stephan Center
PO Box 77813, Corona CA 92877
Phone: 951.340.1075
Email

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Director's Message Welcome to our website. We sincerely hope that you will find the information and resources that will support you and those for whom you care as you journey through the life losses you are experiencing.
We have developed this site as a "one stop" entry of information and resources in the area of life losses and grief for both Professionals and lay persons. We know from personal experience how difficult it is to find appropriate information or resource. This is especially true when you are deeply involved in the grieving process.

Visit our "Article" page for a new feature article: Nine “Guide Points” to Enjoying the “Golden Years” regarding the way we all can enhance our lives and support other seniors in our families and communities. Prior feature articles are archived and may be downloaded for sharing.

Please know that we are here because we understand and care
Victoria Stephan



Welcome to our website


We all experience a variety of life losses which include separation from the important people, places, items or events unique in our life. Our website is designed to help you.
*Need to know more about life losses for various ages; go to the "Life losses" page. There you will find specific information for children, teens and adults/seniors.
* Need resources for a specific type of loss?-visit our "Resource" page with many references.
*Struggling with any of the following losses; Widowhood, Divorce, Childhood illness, incarceration, children grieving? Our "Article" page has special articles designed to address
unique types of losses with helpful information and healing support.
* Professional, Lay Ministry and Fatherhood Involvement development is available through our programs outlined on the "Program" page
* Learn more about our agency by visiting "Our Team" and "About Us" pages

WHAT ARE LIFE LOSSES?

Small life losses might include:           Major life losses might include:
... a change in plans                              ... a divorce
... a frustration                                     ... a move to a different city or location
... a misplaced item                               ... the death of a person or pet
... a forgotten activity or event            ... a severe illness
... a disappointment                              ... a catastrophic event
... a violent experience


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Hear Fr. Mike Manning and Ms. Stephen
discuss the scope of life losses




WHAT'S NEW / CURRENT EVENTS


FREE CLASSES:
For professional working in the Foster System in Riverside California
(Foster parents, Social Workers, Counselors, Educators, CASA Volunteers, Etc)
(Prof Development hours provided)
Wed. April 29-12Topic: Communicating with children experiencing trauma Beaumont Childhelp
Wed. April 236-9Topic: Understanding Loss/Grief for Teens Hemet CFLC
Fri. April 259-12 Infant/Toddler Grieving Temecula Assistance
Sat. April 26 9-12Topic: Loss/Behavior in Young Children Temecula ABC Village



FREE Fathers Speaking Out Spanish interactive workshops on Health
“La Salud y La Familia”

"Supporting Health Lifestyles in your Family" Interactive program for Latino fathers
Events held through Riverside and San Bernardino County

Fri. March 285:30-7:30 Riverside USD Head Start Ramona High School
Sat. April 26 9:30-11:30 Hesperia USD Family Resource Center


Watch for more dates and locations!!

Save the Date: June 6, 2014 “Strengthening Families” conference, Apple Valley USD

Featured Article
Nine “Guide Points” to Enjoying the “Golden Years”

One of the interesting complexities of human beings is our struggle with our age.
When we are young we are always trying to be “Older” yet when we are considered “Older”
we work very hard trying to be or stay “Young”. “Aging” seems to have become a “bad word” even though we begin... (Read More)


PROGRAMS & SERVICES WE OFFER REGULARLY


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   -Professional's Life Loss Workshop Series includes individual workshops or conference
                                 format:

                                       - Life Loss and Impact on Behavior
                                       - Coping with Grief During the Holidays
                                       - Coping with Life Losses as Part of Deployment
                                       - Raising Children with Special Needs
                                       - Supporting Children with Incarcerated Parents
                                       - Life Losses experienced by children in the Foster system
                                       - Understanding Anger in relation to Life Losses
                                       - Childhood and Parental Illness


   -Consolation Ministry Development for Churches/Faith-Based
                                  Organizations in the three interconnecting ministries

                                       - Ministry to the Sick
                                       - Bereavement Ministry
                                       - After Care Ministry

Our trainers provide clear and effective guidance to help you understand the basics of life losses and their impact on children and adults, and give you tools that you can use in your organization to assist the healing process.
The training is appropriate for individuals and groups, and includes materials and handouts that you can use when working with people undergoing the transitions created from life losses, grief, and coping.
All trainings and conferences offered in English and Spanish.



Caption: Panel members for Anti-violence forum on May 2nd,
National Day of Prayer include Victoria Stephan, The Stephan Center.


To arrange services or become a collaborative partner, contact The Stephan Center at (951) 340-1075 or send an e-mail to thestephancenter@juno.com.

The Stephan Center
PO Box 77813, Corona CA 92877
Phone: 951.340.1075
Email
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