Peer grief support groups are at the core of CGC’s mission.

Families can connect with others who are grieving and start to find healing in a place that is safe, compassionate, and inclusive.

Group sessions allow youth and families to interact with peers who are managing similar death losses and to share their stories in a supportive environment. Utilization of art, play, music, journaling, and meditation help promote the healing process. While each family determines the length of participation, the average period is one year.


Our current peer grief support groups include:

  • “Littles” ages 5-8
  • “Middles” ages 9-11
  • “Tweens” ages 12-14
  • Teens ages 15-18
  • Young Adult ages 19-25
  • Parent and Caregiver Groups are offered in English and Spanish


Our projected specialty groups include:

  • A daytime virtual and in-person hybrid Parent/Caregiver group
  • A 6-week Young Child group ages 3 and 4



Our peer grief support groups are provided at no cost to families.

A one-time comprehensive grief assessment needs to be completed to initiate services. This assessment helps our team understand how grief is uniquely impacting each member of the family. We utilize this information to make recommendations for youth and families to start peer support groups, to be considered for our grief therapy program or to connect families with services in the community.

Speak with one of our team members to find the best option for your family and to schedule your assessment.

To learn more about our support groups contact:

Luisa Delgado, Program Coordinator

Call: 915-532-6004