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Research confirms that 1 in every 3 young adults are grieving a person’s death or a person’s diagnosis of a terminal illness. Grief support is essential for all young adults ages 18-25!
Our AMFer’s, as our young adults are affectionately called, are brought together because of this “thing called grief.” Together, united in grief, they bring a voice to a neglected group, themselves. AMFer’s have learned that grief is not something “to get over” nor do they need to “forget” their loved one. They have learned to embrace the memories they hold so deeply within their heart and mind and to actively move forward with that love. Through this national support network, they are empowered to transform their journey with grief into a healthy grief recovery and to AMF through life.
If you are a grieving young adult age 18-25, then AMF is here for you. By joining a national network of others who understand, you will have access to support, connections and empowerment to actively move forward in a positive proactive way and do so in memory of your person.
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Grief during college adds a host of unique issues. If you are a college student, don’t grief alone. Learn how AMF can connect you, support you and empower you through your journey with grief.
AMF is a network partnering with professionals in all communities. If you feel that no one understands your grief or are in need of others who do, then AMF is for you. Inquire about a community chapter near you.
If you are a young adult age 18-25 or an AMF alumni, we invite you to join our virtual support group through Facebook! Here you’ll connect with others who understand what it means to journey with grief.
Kindness in Action
Our young adults tell us that Actively Moving Forward® in loving memory of their person helps them through their grief journey. Many of them do so with Kindness in Action, a thoughtful way to honor and remember your person.
Young Adult Grief Retreat
YAGR, our young adult grief retreat is a 3-day retreat for young adults ages 18-25. Through YAGR, young adults connect with others who understand and gain life long coping skills to ensure a healthy grief journey and personal growth.
We are told how family and friends want to be supportive but don’t know how. Grief Coach allows you to create a network of those who you need to be supported by the most. Learn how to create your personal network of support.