Local & National Support
There are many local and national resources available to help you as you grieve, from online resources to local workshops and camps. Please select your state to find those resources most readily available to you.
HealGrief.org offers these links as a resource. To keep this list relevant and useful, we welcome feedback on the sites and resources we’ve listed. We also welcome recommendations of other resources to be added to this list, and notification if any links are no longer working. Please contact us to provide feedback.
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With 1 in every 3 college students grieving, AMF, connects and empowers grieving college students to “Actively Move Forward” through grief.
Helping parents and families rebuild their lives following the death of a child or sibling.
Parents of Murdered Children – For ANYONE who has been cruelly bereaved by the murder of a loved one.
(Surviving Life After a Parent Dies) – SLAP’D is a social media site for teens who have lost a parent to find hope and connection through shared experiences. SLAP’D offers articles, advice forums, an ask-an-expert column, and other resources for grieving teens.”
The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) offers compassionate care to all those grieving the loss of a loved one who died while serving in our Armed Forces or as a result of his or her service.
The Dinner Party
A community of mostly 20- and 30-somethings who’ve each experienced significant loss, and connect around potluck meals to talk about it. We’re working to turn loss from a conversation-stopper to a conversation-starter, with the goal of transforming our most isolating experiences into sources of meaningful connection and forward movement.
A modern take on the age-old kitchen table conversation – an inspirational online platform dedicated to raising awareness about how we can support each other through times of illness and grief.
Reimagining life for you and your children – A website dedicated to supporting newly single parents.