We are a resource for grief education, offering community presentations, professional training, referrals, and networking for community resources.
Supporting Grieving Children and Teens Through COVID-19
We recognize the challenges COVID-19 creates for grieving children, and provide resources to help caregivers support them. COVID-19 brings a lot of uncertainty. Sadness, anger, and confusion are common in grief and may be amplified. The experience may also re-trigger past losses or feelings children had after losing a loved one. Explore these resources that we have compiled to help you cope with these challenges.
Available to Everyone
Our professional bereavement care is free of charge and available to all. Our team of licensed grief counselors includes professionals who can meet with adults as well as a counselor who specializes in child and teen grief. We also have volunteers trained in leading bereavement support groups. A Spanish-language interpreter is available by request. Group counseling is available to organizations for a fee. Donations are always welcome for our grief services, and allow us to support the community.
We offer a wide range of services for adults: short-term individual grief counseling, support groups, and grief workshops. Seasonal remembrance events are held in the fall and winter. Dates of services are updated regularly.
We provide crisis intervention services to organizations when sudden or traumatic death occurs.