Provides a self-help network and publications to promote communication and healing, to assist in resolving their grief, and a means to reinvest their lives for a positive future for bereaved parents, whose only child or all children are deceased.
Gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death.
Offers support, understanding, compassion and hope to bereaved parents grandparents or siblings struggling to rebuild their lives after the death of their children, grandchildren or siblings.
Provides grief programs for bereaved children and teens.
Connects with others in support groups for cancer patients, loved ones and people who have lost a loved one, led by oncology social workers.
Provides support to families experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.
Brings together Americans who have had a loved one die from COVID-19, as well as those who have survived the virus and those whose lives have been dramatically altered by the pandemic.
Shares the essential elements of understanding, coping, grieving and healing families who have a child suffering from serious illness.
Is committed to the elimination of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) and preventable still births through education and research while providing support for grieving families who have suffered a loss.
Supports children and families impacted by grief or addiction.
Gives all grieving children experiences that will change their lives forever.
Confronts the epidemic of traffic violence by advocating for life-saving changes and providing support to those who have been impacted by crashes.
Grief Healing Discussion Groups are free of charge and accessible to anyone using the Internet.
Assists bereaved parents to become Shining Light Parents by providing support and resources to aid in the healing process and allowing for the open discussion of spiritual experiences and evidence for the afterlife, in a non-dogmatic way.
Let’s Talk Death are video/podcast recordings of conversations with various industry leaders, authors, and individuals who deeply understand grief. It’s time to take the taboo out of death, dying, and grief.
Evaluates the truth about COVID to save lives.
Is dedicated to ending drunk driving, helping fight drugged driving, supporting the victims of these violent crimes, and preventing underage drinking.
Is dedicated to caring for families experiencing the death of a baby or child at any age and from any cause.
Pioneering widow support, solutions and research to create a world where every widow finds health equality in their lives, families and work spaces.
Provides online education, a national data base of children’s bereavement programs, and promotes national awareness to enhance public sensitivity to the hardships facing grieving children and teens.
Helps find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization.
Advocates for stronger rights, protections, and services for crime victims; provides education, training, and evaluation; and serves as a trusted source of current information on victims’ issues.
Introduces remembrance photography to parents suffering from the loss of a baby with a free gift of professional portraiture.
Provides an opportunity for teens to experience specially crafted outdoor wilderness expeditions.
Provides support and assistance to all survivors of homicide victims while working to create a world free of murder.
Helps families struggling with their son’s or daughter’s substance use by empowering families with information, support and guidance to get the help their loved one needs and deserves, while advocating for greater understanding and more effective programs to treat the disease of addiction.
Supports health care practitioners and parent advocates in their efforts to improve care for families who experience the death of a baby during pregnancy, birth, or infancy.
Grief support that doesn’t suck. This is for-profit organization.
Engages a global community of bereaved parents and their health providers to improve mental health outcomes, while also advancing pregnancy and infant loss awareness, education, and support.
Serves parents, grandparents, siblings, and others in the family unit, as well as the professionals who care for grieving families. Share is a national organization with over 75 chapters in 29 states.
Dedicated to ending the devastation addiction causes families.
Provides a secure and private platform for surviving siblings to chronicle memories through storytelling, pictures, and videos.
Dedicated to connecting widowed people with each other to build resilience in grief through an ongoing peer support community and research-based programming.
Speaking Grief is a multi-platform, public media initiative that explores how we can create a more grief-aware society by validating the experience of grievers and helping to guide those who wish to support them.
Increases awareness, supports research, promotes education, and encourage advocacy and family support regarding stillbirth, pregnancy loss, and neonatal death.
Increases the awareness of sudden unexpected deaths in childhood, and funding crucial research to better understand and prevent these tragedies.
Provides books and resources for suicide loss survivors.
Offers compassionate care to all those grieving the loss of a military loved one.
Supports children after the death of a sibling.
Helps to lift the financial burden from families who have lost a child by providing funds to assist with the cost of burial or cremation services, as well as offer parents comprehensive bereavement care in the form of grief support groups and peer companions.
Provides support in a safe place where children, teens, young adults, and their families grieving a death can share their experiences.
Provides a safe and compassionate community for bereaved twins to experience healing and understanding.
Educates and advocates for victims/survivors of mass casualty crime at the most horrific – and most vulnerable – times of their lives
Helps widows rebuild their lives with new tools, strategies, understanding, and hope.
Offers for people who are grieving the loss of a spouse or partner while raising children at home.
Offers numerous grief support groups (free of charge) for adults, teens, and children living in Eastern Massachusetts.
Offers hope and healing in a supportive community for grieving children, teens, families, and individuals.
Supports grieving children, teens and their families through facilitated peer activities, school-based programs and community outreach.
The Children’s Room
Creates safe, supportive communities so that no child, teen, or family has to grieve alone.
The Garden: A Center for Grieving Children and Teens
Exists to provide support groups and grief education to grieving children, teens and their families whose lives have been disrupted by death; and to offer professional, community education and training in a grief support model.
The Sun Will Rise Foundation
Provides peer grief support groups for adults coping with grief related to overdose, addiction or substance use.
Provides comprehensive services to traumatized children and adults and their families at the main office in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Provides the gifts of camp, enriching experiences, and consistent, long-term support to help families strengthen their resilience and create positive opportunities for the future.
Camp Good Mourning!
Provides free bereavement camp programs for Long Island children, ages 7 – 17, who are coping with the death of a parent and/or sibling.
A Caring Hand
Meets bereaved children and families wherever they are in their grief and fulfills their needs in a caring and knowledgeable environment through comprehensive programming including counseling, support, research, outreach, consultation and crisis response.
Center for Complicated Grief
Improves the lives of complicated grief sufferers through fostering continued innovative research and through public outreach that includes raising awareness of complicated grief, reducing stigma and other misconceptions, and training professionals.
Child HELP Partnership
Mission to better protect and heal children and caregivers from trauma and its emotional impact.
Helps parents and families living with the loss of a child.
Emma’s Place-Staten Island Grief and Loss Center for Children and Families
Offers non-denominational mental health/bereavement counseling and educational program committed to supporting grieving children and families.
JAMES Bereaved Parents Support Group
For parents, by parents, who have experienced the death of a child. The group meets monthly in the New York City area.
Love From Heaven – Christian Martinisi Memorial Fund Inc
Provides resources, support, and hope to families devastated by child loss locally and nationwide.
Focuses on caring for the most vulnerable among us and places its primary focus on our founding vision: to transform the culture of care through contemplative practice by meeting illness, aging, and death with compassion and wisdom.
Pregnancy Loss Support Group
Focuses on supporting mothers and fathers who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or newborn death.
Red Door Community
Offers support and education for everyone impacted by cancer including bereavement support for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one due to cancer.
Skippers Angel Wings
Provides food and other necessities, as well as financial grants to low-income families whose children are battling a life-threatening illness, and support to the families and other primary caregivers who care for these children.
Offers a six week support group session for children who have lost a sibling or a parents to a devastating illness.
The Bereavement Center of Westchester
Provides a safe space for grieving children, families, and individuals.
Provides personalized support and a safe “landing place” to traumatized, grief-stricken children, families and communities left reeling from terrorism or traumatic loss.
Center for Loss and Bereavement
Provides professional counseling, support services, and education within an environment of support.
Drew Michael Taylor Foundation
Provides a free 7-session support program each fall and spring for children, teens and their families that are grieving the loss of a loved one. Groups are facilitated by graduate level counseling students from Shippensburg University of PA and volunteer counselors from the community. Bereaved Parents Support Group also available.
Hands Holding Hearts
Provides local bereavement support and resources for children and families as they grieve the loss of someone they love.
Healing Patch Children’s Grief Program
Provides peer support programs designed specifically for children and their families who have suffered the death of a loved one.
Hospice & Community Care’s Pathways Center for Grief & Loss
Provides compassionate grief support surrounding serious illness and death through education and connection with others.
Offers various eight-week educational coping programs for grieving children, teens, and parents. Each program is tailored based on loss type.
The Safe Harbor program is completely free-of-charge and provides ongoing grief support groups for children, teens and their parents or caregivers. .
Uplift Center for Grieving Children
Provides support for grieving children and teens with online resources as well as community and center-based groups.
The Children’s Grief Center of the Great Lakes Bay Region
Offers peer support for children, teens, and their families following a death.
Weekly peer support group programs for children, teens, young adults and their parents or guardians who are coping with the death of someone close to them in Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Lansing.
Hospice Angels Foundation
Seeks to develop communities that embrace terminally ill individuals, ease their crisis, and offer hope to families.
Centrica Care Navigators
Youth grief and loss counseling program for children and teens from the Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan.
Grief groups for children and teens of all ages. ‘
Serves the bereavement needs of the greater community through support, advocacy, and education for those grieving a death.
New Hope for KIDZ and TEENS
A Christian-based bereavement center that provides support groups, seminars, and individual counseling for children, teens, and adults.
SandCastles Grief Support Program
Provides a grief support program for children from ages 3-18 and their families, meeting twice a month in Clinton Township, Detroit, Downriver, Livonia, Rochester, St. Clair Shores, Southfield and West Bloomfield. Camp Erin Detroit is a bereavement camp for children and teens who have experienced the death of someone close to them.
Wings of Hope Hospice
Provides bereavement services to program participants and community members grieving the death of a loved one.
Austin Center for Grief and Loss
Offers therapy and bereavement services.
A bereavement center offering grief support services to children, ages 3 to 18, and their families who have experienced the death of a child or an adult in their immediate family, as well as programs for grieving adults.
Camp Sol is a non-profit organization that provides support to families who have experienced the death of a child.
Children’s Grief Center
Support, therapy, and educational program available for children, teens, and families.
El Tesoro de la Vida Grief Camp
Camp Fire USA’s El Tesoro de la Vida Grief Camp is a week-long resident camp for boys and girls, ages 6 – 17, who have lost a loved one through death.
Support program for children and teens (ages 5-18) and their adult family members struggling after the death of a significant person in their lives.
Hope and Healing Center
In order to help heal the broken hearts of children, families and individuals, The Hope & Healing Place offers a variety of support groups and activities to those in need.
Hope Hospice Children’s Grief Program
Individual counseling, support groups, and grief camps for grieving children and their families.
Journey of Hope Grief Support Center Inc.
Various support groups and coping activities are offered for grieving children, teens, and their families.
The Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas
Free grief support groups are available for children ages 6-18. Individual and family counseling is also offered for individuals ages 3 and up (fee involved, sliding scale.).
The Christi Center
Help for those grieving.
The Healing Center: A Grief Support Community
Grief support services for Children, Teens, Adults and families. Additional groups for families and friends who have lost a loved one to suicide or violent crime. Various other groups offered, including Spanish-language grief groups.
Loves From Luke
Offers immediate assistance after a family or guardian has suddenly lost a child.
Parent Support of Puget Sound (P.S.)
Parent Support of Puget Sound (P.S.) is for people who have lost a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss. Our mission is to reach out and provide help and understanding to bereaved parents.
Provides bereavement support to families whose lives have been impacted by the sudden, unexpected death of an infant or toddler, including SIDS, SUID, SUDC, miscarriage and stillbirth loss.
Colorado Grief Center
Helps people of all ages grieving a death find connection and healing; and educates the community on grief’s impact on the individual and society.
Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss Services
Provides support services for those who have suffered a pregnancy loss.
Families of Homicide Victims & Missing Persons Colorado
Offers various services to family members and friends of murdered victim.
Provides research-based care to grieving children and their families.
The Grief Center of Southwest Colorado Durango
Bereavement services for adults, teens, children, and families.
Center for Loss and Grief
Offers specialized grief therapy for individuals and families having problems coping with the death of a loved one.
One Common Unity
Breaks cycles of violence and builds compassionate, healthy communities through the transformative power of music, arts, and peace education.
Wendt Center for Loss and Healing
With nationally recognized expertise, the Wendt Center for Loss and Healing is a premier resource for restoring hope and healthy functioning to adults, teens and children who are coping with grief, loss and trauma in the Greater Washington region.
Washington Home and Community Hospices
The Washington Home & Community Hospices’ Bereavement Counselors offer individual and family counseling at no cost to you.
Support for children and families through their grief journey.
Hospice of the Valley
Provides grief support groups.
Tu Nidito Children and Family Services
A community of acceptance and understanding regarding children in grief by providing individual and group support to children and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one, or a serious medical condition of a child or an adult in the family, all at no cost
Transforms the lives of children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. The free camps include confidence building programs and age-based support groups that break the emotional isolation grief often brings.
Full Circle Grief Center
Provides counseling services, activities, social events, and other ways for grieving children and families to rebuild their lives after loss.
Hospice of the Piedmont
Transforms the way people view and experience serious illness, dying and grief, and to achieve a day when no one has to die alone or in pain.
Serves the unique needs of grieving children (ages 3-18) and their families through programs of support and education for no cost.
Loss of Loved Ones to Sudden Tragedy (LLOST)
Provides support to those who are living with the loss of a loved one.
Support for families with families with terminally ill children. Bereavement support available.
Sends couples on a private retreat in the early stages of grief following the death of a child. There is no cost to the participants.
Friends of Aine Center for Grieving Children and Families
Dedicated to helping children and families grieving a death navigate their path to a hopeful future.
The Grieving Assistance Program (GAP) is a support group for people needing to share their grief with others who have suffered similar losses.
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital has resources to support children, teens, and families who are coping with cancer or life-threatening illnesses, or grieving the death of a loved one.
Actively Moving Forward
A young adult and college grief support network.
Circle of Care
Circle of Care has been serving the San Francisco Bay area for 30 years, and provides individual counseling and peer support groups for families with grieving kids aged 3-18.
Friends For Survival
Friends for Survival is not just a support group, but a “suicide bereavement support program.”
Located throughout CA, Grief Haven offers various support groups and resources for parents who have lost a child. Online chat forum available.
Provides a safe place, with the guidance of licensed therapists, for individuals to grieve, heal and continue a redefined life after loss.
Jessica’s House offers peer support groups where children and teens (kindergarten through high school age), along with their parents or caregivers, meet with others who have experienced the death of someone significant.
Provides grief support for children, teens, and families through grief counseling, retreats, educational resources and peer support. Kara wants to see people of all ages compassionately supported on their journey through grief so they can move toward renewed hope and meaning.
Our mission is to help bereaved children and families find hope and healing through connection and support.
Okizu helps all members of families affected by childhood cancer to heal through peer support, respite, mentoring, and recreational programs.
Our House—A Grief Support Center
Provides support groups for children ages 4-18 by loss type. Also, education and support for parents, schools, and the community. Other programs include: Grief Expression, El Centro de la Esperanza (grief support groups for Spanish-speaking adults).
Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions
Offers grief support groups and counseling for families.
Kids Hurt Too Hawaii
The Kids Hurt Too Hawaii mission is to strengthen connections to community by bringing together grieving and traumatized children, teens, and their parents in safe and healing ways that reflect Hawaiian values.
Na Keiki o Emalia
Nā Keiki O Emalia provides support to grieving children, teens, and their families to help them heal after the death of a loved one.
Kidzcope provides the opportunity for children, teens and their families to learn lifelong coping skills after the death of a loved one.
Solace House: A Center for Grieving Children and their Families
Solace House is a grief counseling center that supports children, individuals and families who have been impacted by the death of a loved one, whether anticipated, or sudden and unexpected.
Blue Butterfly Family Grief Center at Tidewell Hospice
Group support and individual grief counseling is available for children ages 5-18 and their caregivers, after the death of a significant person.
Children’s Bereavement Center
Helps children, young adults, and their families adjust to life after the loss of a loved one within a supportive community of their peers, and to promote healthful grief, healing, and growth.
Families of Slain Children
Provides an adaptive support system that encourages and enables the emotional and physical well-being of families of slain children.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for every person experiencing serious illness by providing exceptional, comforting care and choices that give hope and meaning to every moment.
New Hope for Kids
Provides a safe and supportive environment where children ages 3-18 grieving the death of a loved one can share their experience with others facing the same feelings of loss. All services are provided at no cost to families.
Suncoast Kids Place
Provides support for children/teens from 3-18 years of age and their families, who have experienced the death of a significant person…as an expression of the ongoing ministry of Jesus Christ.
Tomorrow’s Rainbow, Inc.
The mission of Tomorrow’s Rainbow is to nurture emotional wellness and resiliency for children, teens, and families, experiencing grief, loss, or trauma.
Helps children and families work through the loss of a loved one together and go on to live fulfilling lives.
Wolfson’s Childrens Hospital
Helps support the grieving process for families.
HUGS (Healing and Understanding of Grief from Suicide)
A support group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Meetings are held regularly.
Kidspath – Greensboro
KidsPath offers counseling, support groups, and educational workshops children, teens and adults.
Provides hope for bereaved parents, grieving children and teens by offering support and counseling programs, creating awareness of bereavement issues, and empowering the community to effectively assist those who have suffered an unthinkable loss.
Novant Health Buddy Kemp Cancer Support Center
Offers a support group for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one due to cancer-related causes.
The Shore Grief Center
The Shore offers peer-based grief support services for ages 6 and up.
Trellis Supportive Care
Provides grief counseling and support for youth and adults.
Offers bereavement services and Camp Good Grief for grieving children and teens.
Adult Hope and Healing Grief Support Group
A general, weekly grief group for those who are coping with the loss of a loved one. Teenagers and adults meet at the same times but in different rooms.
Loss Support Group
A free support group for parents who have experienced the death of a child. They also offer private counseling that can be billed to Medicaid, private insurance, or paid for on a sliding scale.
Cleveland Clinic Bereavement Support Groups
Provided year-round and facilitated by doctoral and master’s level professionals.
Companions on a Journey Grief Support
Companions on a Journey Grief Support provides ongoing grief support for bereaved children, teens, adults and families.
Supporting children and families through grief.
Good Grief of Northwest Ohio
Good Grief of Northwest Ohio, Inc. provides support for grieving children, teens, young adults, and their families, who have experienced the death of someone significant in their lives.
Joel’s Place for Children
Grief support groups for children and families.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Support Groups
Offers a support group that is open to all parents who have experienced the death of a child.
Brook’s Place offers grief support for children who are grieving the loss of a loved one. They offer peer support groups, and individual and family counseling.
Erin’s House for Grieving Children
The mission of Erin’s House is to provide support for children, teens, and their families who have experienced a death of a loved one.
Family-based support groups to children and teens ages 4-18 and their families who are grieving the death of someone significant in their lives.
Cancer Wellness of Northbrook
Cancer Wellness of Northbrook offers bereavement counseling and support groups for those who have lost a loved one to cancer.
Center for Grief Recovery
Center for Grief Recovery provides an ongoing support group for bereaved families and individuals.
Department of Behavioral Sciences at Rush University
Department of Behavioral Sciences at Rush University offers specialized bereavement counseling services and also offers a perinatal bereavement support group for women who have experienced a miscarriage.
Edward-Elmhurst Health offers a SHARE program for parents who have experienced ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant death. SHARE meetings are on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month from 7:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.
Fox Valley Hands of Hope
Fox Valley Hands of Hope offers short term, individual counseling (two-three sessions) as well as two family support groups.
Gilda’s Club Chicago
Gilda’s Club offers support for those who have lost a loved one to cancer.
Greater Illinois Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition
GIPPCC strives to increase access to compassionate, quality pediatric palliative care programming and bereavement support throughout the state of Illinois.
Heartlight Program at the Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
Heartlight Program at the Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago offers support groups for families who have lost a child and offer support groups for both Spanish and English speakers.
Jewish Healing Network of Chicago
Jewish Healing Network of Chicago offers bereavement workshops, community programs and pastoral counseling.
Lightways Hospice and Serious Illness Care
Lightways provides a sense of guidance, a moment of comfort, and the powerful positivity of light to anyone grieving the death of a loved one.
LOSS (Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide)
Loss is a support group for survivors of suicide and those who have lost a loved one to suicide. They provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where survivors of suicide can openly talk about feelings and experiences and also help you to find community, direction and resources for healing.
Loyola Medicine Hospice
Loyola Medicine Hospice offers general grief support groups that meet and allow individuals to share their stories.
Lydia Home Association
Lydia Home Association offers individual and family counseling.
Missing Pieces partners with Chicagoland organizations to help those who have experienced the loss of a child find needed resources to navigate their grief journey.
My Heartlinks Grief Center
At Heartlinks, you can connect with others who understand and counselors who can help you find ways to cope and ways to grow your hope.
Northern Illinois Hospice and Grief Center
Northern Illinois Hospice and Grief Center believes that no single way of grieving applies to everyone, you may find comfort in knowing that help is available in a variety of ways, including personal visits, support groups, newsletters, phone contacts, and various mailings and letters.
NorthShore University Health System Hospice Program
NorthShore University Health System Hospice Program offers general bereavement support groups.
Northwestern Hospital, Palliative Care & Home Hospice Program
Northwestern Hospital, Palliative Care & Home Hospice Program provides education based groups for adults who have lost another adult that meet for three-hour sessions during the day or evening.
Orland Park Church
Orland Park Church offers a support group for mothers to help them through the grief process of losing a child. The group meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m.
Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care – Good Mourning Program
Rainbow Hospice Bereavement Intake Line provides counseling services, support groups, and workshops to help bereaved families and individuals. The Good Mourning program is a children’s bereavement program that has served thousands of children through advocacy, support services and special events.
SIDS Alliance of Illinois
SIDS Alliance of Illinois offers a support group in Chicago that meets the third Monday of each month from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for parents who have lost a child to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
The Haven Network
The Haven Network is an independent Christian ministry offering life-affirming services, providing emotional, spiritual and practical support for families who have experienced the death of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, ectopic pregnancy, SIDS and early infant death and families who are facing a terminal diagnosis of their pre-born or newborn baby.
University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital
University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital provides support groups for children, teens and their adult caregivers.
The mission of Willow House is to develop and provide supportive services for children, teens, families, schools and communities who are coping with grief and the death of a loved one. They focus on families and kids age 3-18 and have support services for suicide loss as well as school programs in many low income areas.
Agrace Support Center
Partners with patients and families to improve quality of life throughout serious illness
Camp Hope hosts two camps a year for children and teenagers who have experienced a loss.
Camp Lloyd is a week long day camp from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm for grieving children, ages 7 – 14.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Offers free bereavement programs.
Faith’s Lodge supports parents coping with the death of a child in a peaceful environment to reflect on the past, build strength for the present, and renew hope for the future.Camp
Healing Our Hearts Foundation
To support the grieving families by offering a safe space for families to discuss their loss, connect, and mend while celebrating the life of their loved one without worry.
Louisville Police Homicide Support Group
Offers homicide support group.
Marshall County Health Department
Offers a directory of support groups.
The Kentucky Center for Grieving Children and Families
The Kentucky Center for Grieving Children and Families (KCGCF) supports grieving children ages 4-18 and their caregivers through grief support groups, education, and family events.
Friends of Hospice
Holds a special weekend grief camp each year in April for children ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of a loved one.
The Grief Center
Serves everyone in the community who can benefit from grief support.
Heart of the Cumberland
Heart of the Cumberland provides grief peer support groups for children, teens, and adults. Peer support groups are conducted by trained volunteers.
Hospice and Palliative Care of the Piedmont
Provides a variety of bereavement and support services.
Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital
Provides programs to help children and teens cope with losing a loved one.
Full Circle Grief and Loss Center
Individual and family counseling, support groups for children 4-19, and other support available.
Provide services for children, teens and adults. Activities for children/teens include: monthly outings into the Atlanta community, on-going age-based support groups, activities with art and music, Camp Good Mourning, an annual bereavement camp.
The Link Counseling Center
Provides weekly support groups for children and teen who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
The McClean Fletcher Center
The first and only grief support program in Mississippi offering a supportive, nurturing environment to grieving children and teens, ages 4-18, after the loss of a loved one or special person in their lives.
The Amelia Center
The Vision for The Amelia Center is that all grieving children, parents and families in the greater Birmingham region have access to a caring and compassionate environment that fosters hope and healing.
The Caring House
A hospice program that provides coping and bereavement resources for families of the terminally ill.
Healing House Community Bereavement Center
Free support and activity groups for adults, teens, and children. Bereavement professionals are also available for schools and other organizations.
The Healing Place: A Center for Loss and Change
Grief support for children (ages 3+), teens, and parents
Grief Recovery Center
Professional counseling by licensed therapists, counselors, social workers and pastoral care associates. Adult support groups are offered throughout the year on a rotating basis.
The Healing House
Support groups for children ages 4-18.
Amada the Panda
Amanda the Panda provides peer-support weekend Grief Retreats, a summer Day Camp, seasonal Support Groups, monthly Family Nights, and Fun Days sprinkled throughout the year. Our full year of grief support is free of charge.
An annual children’s grief camp.
Cedar Valley Hospice- Grief Support Services
Cedar Valley Hospice offers a wide range of grief support services free of charge to anyone in our service area no matter the affiliation with Cedar Valley Hospice including counseling, community education and a children’s program.
C.O.O.L. (Children Overcoming the Obstacles of Life)
The Center’s COOL practice (Children Overcoming the Obstacles of Life) is an experiential approach to counseling that integrates art, play and physical movement to help young people communicate their inner life and deal with life’s obstacles.
Rick’s House of Hope for Grieving Children
Rick’s House of Hope is a regional center for grieving and traumatized youth..
Trees to Remember- Project 52
As a living memorial to a dear family member lost, Trees to Remember – Project 52 donates and plant trees to the families who have lost a loved one, and also donates and plant trees for children who have lost parents.
Brighter Days Grief Center
Brighter Days Grief Center is a Minnesota 501(c)(3) providing free grief support resources to adults, young adults, teenagers and children who are anticipating or enduring the death of a beloved family member.
Infants Remembered in Silence
Dedicated to offering support, education, and resources to parents, families, friends, and professionals on the death of a child in early pregnancy (miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, molar pregnancy, etc.) or from stillbirth, premature birth, neo-natal death, birth defects, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), illness, accidents, and all other types of infant & early childhood death.
Hearts of Hope Family Grief Camp
Provides a comfort package to bereaved children or children facing the death-related loss of a loved one.
Missing GRACE Foundation
The Missing GRACE Foundation is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Public Charity based in Minnesota with a mission to serve grieving, infertile and adoptive families nationwide.
Kids and Teens Grieve Too!
Offers grief support for children and teens.
We are dedicated to the fight against SIDS (and other sleep-related infant deaths) in South Dakota.
Volunteers of America, Dakotas
Provides a wide variety of services to assist children, youth and adults.
Supports families who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss by focusing on funeral expenses, medical expenses, grief counseling, and postpartum care. This is not a registered nonprofit.
Mourning Hope Grief Center
Companions grieving children, teens, young adults, and their families when someone significant in their lives has a serious illness or has died.
The Children’s Grief Center (CGC) of New Mexico provides special support services for children, teens, young adults (ages 5-25) and their caregivers after the death of a loved one.
When a child or teenager experiences the death of a parent or other loved one, Gerard’s House is there with free grief support services since 1997.
Golden Willow Retreat
Golden Willow Retreat is a non-profit organization that promotes healthy grieving by empowering people impacted by all forms of loss through therapeutic programming and professional development.
Offers bereavement services to our clients, their families, and community.
Forget Me Not Grief Program
Support groups and programs for children, teens, and parents. Military support available.
Catholic Community Service (Hospice Home Care Juneau)
Catholic Community Service (CCS) is a comprehensive, mission-driven social service agency dedicated to reaching out to persons and families in need throughout Southeast Alaska.
Camp Mak-A-Dream empowers survivors and their families to live with and beyond cancer through life-changing Montana experiences where they strengthen life skills, gain resilience and develop lasting relationships.
St. Peter’s Health Hospice
Offers bereavement services.
Tamarack Grief Resource Center
Tamarack Grief Resource Center (TGRC) has become Montana’s most comprehensive grief center.
Adam’s Place for Grief
Assists children, teens, and adults coping with grief due to death.
Offers free, on-going peer support groups for children and teens ages 2-18, young adults, and their family members. Groups are open to children and teens who have experienced the death of a parent, primary caregiver, sibling, or in the case of teens, a close friend.
Because Kids Grieve, Inc.
To assist in creating a safe culture in southern Idaho, where children and teenagers, ages 6 through 17, who have experienced the death of someone they care about, can share their feelings of grief and loss, including grief experienced in preparation for these losses, with their peers and supportive adult volunteer advocates as they progress toward eventual healing on their journey through grief.
Hospice of North Idaho
Provides a number of bereavement support services including for parents with the loss of a child.
The Touchstone Center for Grieving Children & Adolescents
The Touchstone program is operated by Children’s Home Society of Idaho’s Warm Springs Counseling Center and was established to support the special needs of grieving and adolescents, ages 5- 18. The meeting occur once or twice a month in Boise and Meridian.
Willow Center for Grieving Children
The Willow Center for Grieving Children provides support to children, teens and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one.
The Dougy Center
Provides support in a safe place where children, teens, young adults, and their families grieving a death can share their experiences.
Grief Watch is a United Methodist organization that provides group support and counseling for those dealing with grief.
Offers activity based support groups for children, teens, and adult caregivers who are grieving the loss of a loved one.
Provides unlimited and free support to children, teens, young adults, and families after the death of a mother, father, sister or brother through peer support programs, education, and advocacy.
Hearts and Craft Counseling
Since 1994, Hearts & Crafts Counseling has provided individual and group counseling services.
Provides bereavement services.
Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss
Focuses on helping children navigate life’s painful losses and creating loving, supportive communities in which children can mourn their losses in healthy ways.
Provides spiritual and emotional support for patients and family.
Provides bereavement services.
My Sisters’ Kids
Peer Support for Grieving Kids, Teens, and their Families in South Jersey.
Start Healing Together
Start Healing Together supports educators experiencing pregnancy loss and infertility.
The SUDC Foundation is the only organization worldwide whose purpose is to promote and advocate for research and support those affected by sudden unexplained death in childhood (SUDC).
Provides bereavement services for adults and children.
Support After Addiction Death
To provide support for parents who have lost a child to addiction.
Supporting Kidds: Center for Grieving Children and Families
Various support groups available for children and families. Other programs include: Family Fun Nights, educational programs, school programs.
Brattleboro Area Hospice
Addresses the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of dying neighbors and their families.
Caledonia Home Health Care and Hospice
Provides high-quality, accessible, patient-centered health care.
Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice Inc.
Provides high quality, medically-necessary home health and hospice care to all Central Vermonters, regardless of their ability to pay. Promote the general welfare of the citizens of central Vermont with health promotion and long term care services.
Franklin County Home Health Agency- St. Albans
Provides high-quality home health care programs and related support services in a community setting. Meet the needs of our clients in a professional manner that promotes health, independence, comfort, dignity, and quality of life.
Hospice Volunteer Services
Advocates for compassionate end of life care by providing volunteers, bereavement support, music and other therapeutic practices, education for the community, training for the providers, and options for those who are unable to complete their lives in their own home.
Lamoille Home Health and Hospice
Supports health, independence and dignity through quality care in the home.
VNA of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties
Helping people live their fullest lives by providing innovative, high-value, compassionate care wherever they call home.
Center for Good Mourning
Provides, improves, and increases support and assistance to bereaved children and families through education, program development and grief support programs.
The Brian Dagle Foundation
The Brian Dagle Foundation is dedicated to the healing of grieving adults as well as community education on suicide prevention and awareness.
Center for Creative Healing
The Center for Creative Healing is a non-profit organization that provides educational grief support for children and teens experiencing loss and transition.
The Center for Grieving Children
Bereavement programs for children and families who have lost someone close to them.
Pathfinders: Support for Grieving Children (Hospice of Maine)
Grief support groups and education for children, teens, and adults.
The Pine Tree Hospice Center for Grieving Children and Adults
The Evergreen Bereavement Education program prepares volunteers to facilitate bereaved adult, family, and children’s groups.
Center for Infant and Child Loss
Committed to assuring Maryland families facing the sudden unexpected loss of their infant or child have access to bereavement interventions, counseling, and information based on best practices and current research.
Chesapeake Life Center
Provides grief counseling and educational resources for individuals, children and families.
Roberta’s House is a family grief support center.
Annie’s Hope is a community based non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive support services for children, teens and their families who are grieving the death of someone significant.
Infant Loss Resources Resources
Connects people to programs, services and information relating to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in Missouri and surrounding counties.
Kansas City Hospice
Grief counseling and education, memorial services and support groups for children and adults. Kansas City Hospice also provides Camp Carousel, a free weekend camp for grieving families with school-aged children.
Lost & Found Grief Center
Provides grief support services, at no charge, in a safe and supportive environment for children, young adults, and their families grieving the death of a loved one.
Calm Waters Center for Children and Families
A support center for grieving children and families.
Divided into appropriate age groups, Kaleidoscope offers grief support to children and families who are mourning the loss of a loved one.
The Kids’ Place
The Kids’ Place is a faith-based support group for children and teens that are experiencing mourning after the loss of a loved one.
The Tristesse Grief Center
Offering grief support services to both children & adults including individual counseling, loss-specific support services and grief education.
Friends Way offers open-ended groups for children ages 3-19 and their families after the death of a loved one. The groups meet every other week, and there is no fee charged for participation in programs.
A Center for Grieving Children
A Center for Grieving Children is a support center for children who are grieving the loss of someone they love because of divorce or separation in the family or because of the death of a loved one.
Bradley Center for Grieving Children & Families
The Bradley Center provides peer-group, interfaith grief support for children and families, offering a safe and supportive place for hope and healing.
The Sharing Place
The Sharing Place hosts support groups for children, teens, and their families. Therapeutic rooms (art, play, music, etc.) are available as well.