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  • Hope & Healing – POSTPONED

  • Grief Counseling

On behalf of our partner organizations, we want to inform you that the Hosparus Health Grief Counseling Center has postponed our annual Hope & Healing program that was originally scheduled for Sunday, April 5, at the Muhammad Ali Center.

We are taking concerns about the emerging situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously. Like many other local businesses and organizations, we made this decision to promote the health of our community and reduce risk of exposure.

Our intention is to reschedule this community observance for the fall. We will share details as soon as they are available.


A Community Celebration of Life
Join us to remember and celebrate the lives of people who died by homicide, suicide, line of duty, overdose or accident

Muhammad Ali Center, 144 North Sixth Street, 6th Floor, Louisville

3:00 – 5:30 p.m. – Healing Space and Memorial Display
The community is invited to bring photos/mementos of person(s) who died to include in a memorial display. Art materials are provided for creating symbols of hope and remembrance. Counselors and trained volunteers will be available to assist. Join us for music, reflection and light refreshment.

5:30 p.m. – Remembrance Ceremony
Participants will gather in the Healing Space for readings, music and messages of hope, honoring and celebrating the lives of those being remembered. Speakers will share how they have coped, continued moving forward and
found hope after experiencing sudden and tragic loss.

The Ali Center will be open to participants for self guided tours from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at no cost.

This event is free and open to the public. Complimentary parking available in the Muhammad Ali Center or adjacent PARC Garages (use 6th Street entrance between Main Street & River Road). Vouchers
are available at the event. For more information contact the Hosparus Health Grief Counseling Center at 502-456-5451 or 888-345-8197.

Hosted by the Hosparus Health Grief Counseling Center with our community partners:

  • Muhammad Ali Center
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
  • United States Army Survivor Outreach Services
  • Interfaith Paths to Peace
  • Kentucky Performance Arts – ArtsReach
  • Louisville Police Department