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You're Not Alone

For well over 50 years, the March Family has deeply cared for the Baltimore and Richmond communities in which we serve. Now, we are proud to extend that same level of caring to the families living in the Washington D.C., and Maryland area.


Reaching out to the community with our heartfelt support has always been very important to the March Family. In the Baltimore area, we have successfully built a strong foundation of outreach and caring by offering support groups, bereavement care workshops, and educational conferences.

Our traditional hosting of annual Memorial Day and Holiday services serves to bring the community together to celebrate and honor those we’ve loved and lost, and it is our intention to bring those same programs into your community.

Whether you live in the city of Washington D.C., or in the Maryland area, our bereavement programs will provide you with the support you need when coming to terms with loss.


  • Roberta's House

    A non-profit community organization dedicated to healing the hearts and minds of children and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one, Roberta’s House offers free programs for children and their families.

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  • Camp Erin

    A free weekend-long experience filled with traditional, fun, camp activities, Camp Erin combines good old-fashioned fun with grief education and emotional support, lead by grief professionals and trained volunteers.

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  • A Time of Sharing

    A grief support program designed to help you resume a healthy, productive life after a loss; this program offers survivors the support they need to work through the grieving process. The meetings are held in conveniently located sites within the community and are free of charge.

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  • 365 Days of Grief Support

    These messages of hope, healing and affirmation are delivered to your email inbox every day. Subscribe easily, and unsubscribe when you're ready. Such small doses of comfort will help you move through the cycle of grief, and work wonders for your outlook.

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