Should you move more than 75 miles from where your original arrangements were made, your prearranged funeral, cremation or cemetery plan will be honored by any Dignity Memorial provider throughout North America. Read More.
When traditional support like family or clergy is unavailable, you and your family are invited to use our toll-free Compassion Helpline for up to one year. Read More.
Through the Dignity Memorial Bereavement Travel Program, we provide the best available travel options throughout the U.S. and Canada and to many international destinations. Read More.
In the Personal Planning Guide, you’ll be able to record your preferences for your funeral and cemetery arrangements, from the name of your preferred funeral home and cemetery to lists of pallbearers, readings, musical selections and other personal details. Read More.
The conversation about your wishes for your funeral and cemetery services doesn’t need to be hard. Use these tips to start the conversation with your family about the importance of making funeral and cemetery arrangements in advance. Read More.
Your local bookstore will have numerous excellent titles on grief management and how to cope with the loss of a loved one or family member. Here is a list of books you may find helpful if you are grieving or helping another cope with the loss of a loved one. Read More.
One of the ways you can personalize a service is to include meaningful scripture and prayers. Read More.
In order to better serve you and your family, the Dignity Memorial® network has created a listing of things to remember to ease the funeral or cremation arrangement process. Read More.
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