Family Caregivers for Aging Parents, Ailing Relatives and Chronically ill Family Members especially those dealing with ongoing progressive conditions such as MS, acquired brain injury, Parkinson's, schizophrenia, stroke and Alzheimer's.
The Highmark Caring Place, A Center for Grieving Children, Adolescents and Their Families, is a safe place where grieving children and families can come together and be with others who understand what they’re going through
17th November, 2016 - Children's Grief Awareness Day provides an opportunity for all of us to raise awareness of the painful impact that the death of a loved one has in the life of a child, an opportunity to make sure that these children receive the support they need.
Mother Henna aims to reach anyone dealing with grief, regardless of where the grief comes from; losing a loved one, losing a job, losing a house, moving to a new country or city, being diagnosed with a chronic illness, going through a divorce, or having children move out into their own lives and homes.
The Bradley Center provides peer-group, interfaith grief support for children, teens, young adults, and their families, offering a safe and supportive place for hope and healing. In addition, we also provide professional training opportunities for mental health professionals concerning the grieving process.
Wings, A Grief Education Ministry, provides information and support to grieving families as well as those who care for the bereaved. We pride ourselves on being an international resource for grief education and encourage an individual's choice to heal through inspiration, compassion, and hope.
The Common Ground Grief Center provides support in a safe place where children, teens and their families grieving a death can come together and share their experiences as they begin the journey through the grief process. Though our center is located in New Jersey, we have helpful resources on our site that anyone who is currently grieving can access.
Creative Healing has two main objectives: to provide spiritual information for patients who are seeking a better understanding of the meaning of illness and suffering and to encourage physicians and other Western healthcare providers to explore and acknowledge spiritual wisdom as it applies to health and illness, in order to better serve their patients.
Heartlinks is not only a place where people of all ages can turn when tragedy strikes but also a place where you can learn to live with hope again. Though Heartlinks provides ongoing grief support services for children and teens in six counties in Southwestern Illinois, our website also contains lots of helpful resources for anyone facing death or illness.
The Center for Grieving Children helps children grieving a death to heal and grow through their grief while strengthening families and communities' understanding of how best to respond to their needs. In addition, our mission includes serving as a training and resource center for professionals and others who interact with grieving children and teens.
Brooke’s Place works to create a community where every young person living with grief feels safe, supported and understood during their personal grief journey. Our mission is to support children and their families through bereavement programs, advocacy, community education and outreach.
At Golden Willow Retreat, we provide a safe and compassionate grief retreat sanctuary to heal, renew, and educate individuals experiencing grief due to personal losses including death, divorce, health issues, addiction, recovery and many other transitions of life.
At Full Circle Grief Center, we provide children and their families experiencing grave illness and loss with a safe, trusting environment to creatively express their grief, remember their loved one, find hope, start healing.
The Center for Loss is dedicated to "companioning" grieving people as they mourn transitions and losses that transform their lives. We help both mourners, by walking with them in their unique life journeys, and both professional caregivers and lay people, by serving as an educational resource and professional forum.
Unspoken Grief aims to support everyone, from all walks of life, touched directly or indirectly by perinatal grief — you can be the mom of baby no longer here, a father, brother, sister, aunt, grandmother/father, friend — anyone — we want you to raise your voice.
A Network for Grateful Living is a global organization offering online and community-based educational programs and practices which inspire and guide a commitment to grateful living, and catalyze the transformative power of personal and societal responsibility.
Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE) was founded by survivors of suicide loss in Minneapolis in 1990, and people bereaved by suicide have always been a central part of the mission, goals, and history of SAVE, which now serves communities across the country. Though we cater mostly to caregivers who help people bereaved by suicide, our site also contains helpful information for anyone facing a suicide loss.
Though Scholastic is the largest children’s book publisher in the world, we also provide resources for teachers, parents and children on our website. Our "Children and Grief" page provides guidance and support resources for teachers and families who may be helping a child cope with loss.
The National Center for Victims of Crime is the nation's leading resource and advocacy organization for victims of all types of crime and for the people who serve them. We pledge a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives. We are dedicated to serving individuals, families, and communities harmed by crime.
The Sweeney Alliance, a non-profit, provides training programs and educational materials relating to trauma and grief for the public safety and emergency response professionals and their families in North America.
Hamilton's Academy of Grief and Loss offers free grief support and resources to children, adults, and the community at large. Though we are located in Des Moines, Illinois, our website contains resources that are applicable to grieving peoples all over the world.
Grief Net seeks to help those who may have just suffered a loss. If you think hearing from others in similar circumstances, sharing your losses, or asking for support might help you, Grief Net is there for you.
GriefShare is specifically for people who are grieving the death of a family member or friend. We understand that there are other losses in life that create feelings of grief. You might be experiencing a job loss, a divorce, estrangement from a child, or the loss of friends because of a move.
Help Guide is here for you whether you just want information, you are facing a troubling issue, you are experiencing emotional pain or you are disillusioned because the help you have been given hasn’t really helped.