Peer Support Groups: Age appropriate groups allow families to interact with peers who have suffered similar losses and to express their fears, anger, guilt and sadness in a safe and loving environment. Each family situation determines the length of group participation, the average period is one year.
Peer grief support groups are held for children 5-19 and their surviving parents or guardians. And include deaths from illness, accidents, murder, suicide and war.
Art, music, therapeutic pets and other tools help promote the healing process.
Education for the community – professional workshops.
Internship opportunities are available for undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of counseling, social work, marketing, and child development.
Crisis Intervention for the community following a sudden death.
Referrals are made to other agencies as needed.
School Grief Support Project – Partnership with area districts to provide grief support services to students in identified feeder patterns.
Training to School counselors – Counselors are trained to facilitate grief support groups for the students and parents attending the school sessions.
Speaker’s Bureau – Speakers available to provide information about our services and help through the grieving process.