(BPT) - At least 25 million people in the U.S. are grieving the loss of a loved one right now. Hospice provides grief and bereavement counseling that addresses the individual ways in which people grieve and reminds everyone that they are not alone. Regardless of whether or not a lost loved one was on hospice, these services can help relieve the symptoms and struggles of grief by offering resources, support or referral information that may not otherwise be accessible. In this way, hospice helps friends and family members work toward more moments of life, peace and remembrance. For more information, visit MomentsOfLife.org.