LifeCenter Northwest’s Donor Family Aftercare support team helps guide families through the sudden and traumatic loss of a loved one. We offer customized resources and referrals and are available by phone if you just need to talk. We follow up with families for at least a year and a half, with letters and phone calls, and we provide other support depending on the specific needs of donor families.
We are here for you
Healing takes time.
We understand that bereavement is a personal experience. Because everybody grieves differently, our Donor Family Aftercare Program provides continued support for a minimum of 18-months to help you move toward a place of comfort at your own pace and with the assurance that we are here to help every step of the way.
The weeks and months following the loss of a loved one are often filled with a variety of emotions. You may experience extreme emotional shifts or even notice physical symptoms, such as fatigue. We are here to help you understand these feelings and discover the best ways to cope with your grief.
During this emotional time, we will serve as a source of support for you. We touch base with a personal phone call and provide you with resources specific to your grieving needs. You will also receive a donation outcome letter telling you a little bit about how your loved one’s gifts may help others.
In the following months, we offer opportunities for you to honor your loved one and their gift of life, including a Gift of Life Donor Medal and invitations to our annual Donation Celebrations. These are great ways to keep the memory of your loved one present and share the impact of their life-saving gift.
Your health and happiness are important to us and we want to make sure we provide you with the care you need. Please feel free to contact us at any time; our door is always open to you.
Donor Family Aftercare Contact Information
Direct Phone: (425) 201-6600
Toll-Free: 1 (877) 275-5269
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Virtual Memory Wall
Honor your loved one with a photo and dedication on our Memory Wall.
Children and Grief: An Online Learning Opportunity
Join us to learn how children grieve and get tools to help them cope.
Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021
5 p.m. PDT
Register by clicking here!
Resources to help you cope during COVID-19
Here are a few online resources that may help you cope with the death of your loved one during this challenging time.
Share your story
We are always eager to share more stories of lives touched by donation. Please click on a link below to submit your story to LifeCenter Northwest.
We use these stories to help promote organ and tissue donation for educational purposes. We will always be respectful of you and your family and will only share what you are comfortable with. Thank you for helping us spread the life-saving message of donation.