Grief is a burden too heavy to carry alone. It is our calling to help guide our community through the overwhelming experience of loss. That includes providing support long after the funeral, when many people find they need it most. In addition to the support our team provides, below are some local and online resources we recommend to help you begin to heal.
Our licensed clinical psychologist provides emotional support for children, adults and families at any point in their journey through grief. To schedule an appointment with our grief counselor, please fill out the form below:
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Children grieve differently than adults, and require support and guidance tohelp them process and heal from losing a loved one. The Children’s Grief Centerprovides free support services for children, teens, young adults and their caregivers, including peer support groups, family workshops and camps.
Children as young as infants can feel the effects of a lost loved one, even if they’re unable to comprehend it. It’s important to offer extra support to children in families experiencing a death. Click for age-specific guidance to help you talk to children during grief.
An interactive grief website that offers support through education, discussion boards, book suggestions and advice for men and women working through every aspect of grief.
Online support and informational materials for those dealing with life transitions and aging, illness and caregiving, and grief.
The American Association of Retired Persons website provides a wealth of information for those enduring loss and grief.
Growth house is an award-winning website that offers international resources for life-threatening illnesses and end-of-life care, including hospice and home care, palliative care, pain management, death and grief.