While the death of a loved one is a difficult and emotional time, the Coroner's office strives to assist family members with any concerns or questions and to aid in the grieving process in a professional and courteous manner.

  1. Coping with Grief
  2. Suicide Grief Counseling
  3. Suicide Prevention

While most people understand that grief is a natural part of life,  coping with the loss of a loved one can be difficult. You don't have to  be alone in your bereavement. If you find the process overwhelming,  consider these options:  

  • Ask a member of the clergy or your physician for a referral to a licensed therapist trained in grief counseling.
  • Contact the Jefferson Center for Mental Health at 303-425-0300.
  • You can discuss options like in-person, professional counseling support groups and other options.