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Help for the Dying and Bereaved in Your Area

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Help for the Dying and Bereaved in Your Area

Help for the Dying 
and Bereaved in Your Area

 


The following is an international list of experienced Buddhist practitioners and Buddhist based hospices and centers that have offered to give spiritual and emotional support to the dying and bereaved of any religion, culture, age, gender, etc.



Australia, Melbourne---Quang Duc Buddhist Monastery, Venerable Tang: 03. 9357 3544
Australia, Brisbane--- Karuna Hospice Service: PH 61-7-3857 9555
Australia, Adelaide---Buddha House: 100357.250@compuserve.com PH 61-8 8379 9153 
Australia, Canberra---Angela Sands: sangela@ozemail.com.au
Australia, Melbourne---Catherine Wilde at Tara Institute: PH 61-3-95968900
Australia, Perth--- Hospice of Mother Tara: gleehmt@geo.net.au PH 61-8 9791 9798
Australia, Victoria, Bendigo---Tony Beaumont: tsl@bssc.edu.au 
Brazil, ---Sergio Gouv¨ºa de A.Silva: sgouveas@uol.com.br
En route---Ven.Thubten Dondrub: Dondrub@compuserve.com
Greece ---Ven.T.Shenphen: lamashenphen@amchi.org 
Mexico ---Dr. Jaime Arciniega: serlinpa@Prodigy.Net.mx 
Nepal ---Ven. Pende Hawter: PHawter@compuserve.com
New Zealand, Auckland---Amitabha Hospice Service: PH 64-9-4139432
Singapore ---Ven.Wongmo: Twongmo@compuserve.com 
Switzerland, Zurich, ---Antonia D. Strub: healing-jewel@healing-jewel.ch 
UK, Leeds, ---David Midgley: david@ecodata.demon.co.uk 
USA, AL, Auburn---Buddha Heart Village: PH 334-887-3659
USA, AZ, Phoenix---Arizona Buddhist Temple: PH 602-278-0036
USA, CA, Berkeley---Berkeley Buddhist Monastery: PH 510-848-3440 
USA, CA, Downey---Fa Kwang Temple: PH 562-927-3945 
USA, CA, Artesia---Wan Yuen Temple: PH 310-860-8748
USA, CA, Fountain Valley---Rev. Wu Ming, Rev. Kou Cheng: PH 714-962-5771 
USA, CA, Los Angeles---Mystic Dharma Temple: PH 323-258-2330
USA, Ca, Milpitas---Avatamsaka Buddhist Lotus Society: PH 408-942-0874
USA, CA, Lake County---Leland Fletcher: lelandf@jps.ne
USA, CA, San Diego---San Diego Buddhist Association: PH 619-298-2800
USA, CA, Oakland---The Light of Buddha Temple: PH 510-835-0791
USA, CA, San Jose---Rev. Sik Ling Chun: PH 408-259-8888 
USA, CA, Talmage---Dharm Realm Buddhist Association: PH 707-462-0939
USA, CA, Monterey Bay---Michael Cheslosky: mchesloc@earthlink.net
USA, CA, Sacramento---Sagely City of The Dharma Realm: PH 916-374-8268 
USA, CA, San Francisco Bay outer suburbs---Deirdre Frank: frank6@earthlink.net
USA, CA, San Francisco---Ven.Ngawang Chotak (Chris Kolb): kusalipa@slip.net 
USA, CA, Santa Clara--- Doug Veenhof: ensapa@hotmail.com 
USA, CA, Santa Cruz ---Karuna: Jkaruna@cs.com
USA, CA, Santa Cruz---Tubten Pende: Pende@compuserve.com
USA, CA, Soquel---Silvia Wenger: silviasbox@juno.com 
USA, CA, Boulder Creek--- Janice Allan PH 831-338-6654 
USA, CO, Lakewood---Buddhist Ass'n of Colorado: PH 303-985-5506
USA, CT, North Heaven---Mr. Wu or Ms. Hsu: PH 203-288-2289 
USA, Northern California---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 408-262-3389 
USA, FL, ---Jacie Keeley: dakini101@excelonline.com
USA, Fl, Miami---Buddhist Association of Miami: PH 305-385-2866
USA, GA, Marietta---Atlanta Buddhism Association: 4791 North Sound
USA, HI, Honolulu---Chinese Buddhist Association of Hawaii: PH 808-536-8548
USA, IA, Iowa City---Mr. Der-Cherny Luor: PH 319-358-8435 
USA, IL, Chicago---Tian Long Temple: PH 312-326-2398
USA, IN, W. Lafayette---Su-Jung Lin: PH 317-497-1590 
USA, KY, Lexington---Buddhist Association of Kentucky: 2113 Lakeside Drive
USA, LA, Metairie---New Orleans Buddhist Association: PH 504-482-2923
USA, MA, Quincy---Massachusetts Budhi Siksa Society: PH 617-773-7745
USA, MA, Lexington---Massachusetts Buddhist Association: PH 781-863-1936
USA, MI, Howell---Americana Buddhist Association: PH 517-545-7559
USA, MN, Maplewood---Minnesota Buddhist Association: PH 612-378-3957
USA, MO, Augusta---Mid American Buddhist Association: PH 314-228-4114
USA, NJ, Lafayette---The Rocky Foundation: PH 973-300-9250
USA, NJ, Denville---Gampopa Vajrayana Buddhist Center: PH 973-586-2756
USA, NJ, E Brunswick---American Association of Buddhist Education: PH 732-651-8001
USA, NJ, Paramus---Ms. Dai: PH 201-368-1161 
USA, NC, Durham---North Carolina Buddhist Student Association: PH 919-484-2932 
USA, NC, Cary---I.B.P.S.: PH 919-469-0530
USA, NM, Taos---Ven. Constance Miller: ConstanceMiller@compuserve.com
USA, NV, Las Vegas---Nevada Buddhist Association: PH 702-252-7339
USA, NY, Manhattan---New York Amitabha Society: PH 212-965-8951
USA, OH, Wooster---Buddhist Association of Wisdom & Compassion: PH 330-263-1855
USA, OH, Columbus---The Buddhist Bodhi Association of Columbus: PH 614-326-3871
USA, OR, Portland---Portland Buddhist Temple: PH 503-239-5678
USA, PA, Emmaus---Buddhist Association of the Lehigh Valley: PH 610-967-3164
USA, PA, Pittsburgh---Buddhist Study Group of Pittsburgh: PH 412-381-7901
USA, PA, Upper St. Clair---Tzu Chi Society: PH 421-221-8318
USA, PA, Philadelphia---Buddha's Light International Ass.: PH 215-592-8830
USA, PA, Philadelphia---Buddha Yana Temple: PH 215-393-8367 
USA, CA, Sunnyvale---Amitabha Buddhist Society of USA: PH 408-736-3386
USA, TX, Houston---Amitabha Buddhist Society of Houston: PH 713-339-1864
USA, TX, Houston---Jade Buddha Temple: PH 281-498-1616
USA, TX, Richardson---Dallas Buddhist Association: PH 214-234-4401 
USA, GA, Lilburn---Atlanta Amitabha Society: PH 770-925-1459
USA, AL, Huntsville ---Amitabha Society of Huntsville: PH 205-883-4555
USA, WI, Madison---Amitabha Society of Madison: PH 608-233-0552
USA, PA, Philadelphia---Amitabha Buddhist Society: PH 215-238-1006
USA, PA, Puttsburgh ---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 412-221-8318
USA, VA, Mclean---Mr. Tung: 6649 Kirkley Avenue
USA, Washington, DC---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 301-231-5498 
USA, WA, Edmonds---Kindness Buddhist Association: PH 206-670-1275
USA, WA, Seattle---Buddhist Association, Seattle: PH 206-583-0442 
USA, WI, Madison---Wisconsin buddhist Association: PH 608-233-0552 
Singapore---Amitabha Buddhist Society (Singapore): PH 65-744-7444
Kuala Lumpur---Amitabha Buddhist Society (Malaysia): PH 603-441-4101
Johor, Malaysia---Amitabha Buddhist Society (Johor): PH 607-332-4958
Malaysia, Pontian---Amitabha Buddhist Society : PH 607-686-1958
Malaysia, Penang---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 604-228 6561 
Holland, Amsterdam---Advayavada Buddhism Infocenter: PH +31-20-6269602 
USA, PA, Macungie---Peter & Chung Chu Hwang: PH 610-398-7717
USA, PA, Macungie---Shiang-Hua Lin: PH 610-965-3720
USA, OH, Cleveland---Zen Society of Cleveland: PH 216-889-1393
USA, OH, Cleveland---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 216-696-7145
USA, TX, Dalas---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 972-680-8869
USA, NY, Long Island---Tzu Chi Society: PH 516-466-1804 
USA, New Jersey---Tzu Chi Society: PH 973-857-8666 
CANADA, Vancouver---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 604-266-7659
CANADA, Ontario---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 905-947-1182
CANADA, Ontario---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 416-697-9172
CANADA, Ontario---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 905-947-4655
CANADA, Alberta---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 403-271-1748
CANADA, Ontario---Tzu-Chi Society: PH 613-224-7710
CANADA, Montreal---Montreal Chinese Buddhist Society: PH 514-875-2038
CANADA, Vancuver---Amitabha Society of Canada: PH 604-266-1916



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