“How do I talk to my child about this?” is a question we often hear. We’re available by phone to help you feel more confident when talking to your child about serious illness, death, and grief.
A trained, professional counselor can meet with your child or teen to provide support. Support typically incorporates art, play and other creative activities.
Our weekend sleep-away camp allows youth, ages 6-17, to meet others who are also grieving the loss of someone special. Campers learn tools to help them process their grief in healthy ways.
Support to Schools
Whether a student is grieving the death of a family member, or someone within your school community has died, we can help to create a supportive and nurturing environment. Our professional, trained staff are available to provide the following support:
- Support to Students impacted by the death of someone special or in the face of a tragic event.
- Classroom education that helps students learn to recognize the signs of grief and the normal feelings that accompany loss.
- Support to School staff in coping with their own grief and supporting their students.
For additional information, please visit the Coalition to Support Grieving Students.