The Kate's Club Tool Kit
Helpful resources for supporting grieving children and families.
National Alliance for Grieving Children
A map showing grief support services offered throughout the United States.
An international children’s charity dedicated to helping youth successfully navigate the very difficult grief process.
The Link Counseling Center
Programs for children and teens at The Link's "House Next Door."
A bereavement camp for families, designed to help people understand their feelings of loss are normal and that they are not alone. Family members will have the opportunity to express their grief in groups, bond with family members, establish new friendships and have fun. Located at Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, Ga.
Carry On Youth, Inc.
An organization that provides mentoring and recreational service to youth in Gwinnett, Hall, Barrow, and Jackson Counties who have lost a parent. Their services include an annual memorial tree planting, donating clothing and household items to grieving families in need, and monthly recreational events for kids/teens and their families to meet others who are grieving the death of a parent. All programs are at no cost to the families.
A bereavement camp for families, designed to help people understand their feelings of loss are normal and that they are not alone. Family members will have the opportunity to express their grief in groups, bond with family members, establish new friendships, and have fun. Located at Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, GA.
The Compassionate Friends
Grief support after the death of a child. A national organization with local chapters.
Crossroads Hospice Grief Recovery Programs
A 12-week program that creates a safe environment to explore and cope with a loss, located in Tucker, GA.
Cry for Me...No More
A program designed to support bereaved families after the death of a child, located in Gainesville, GA.
Searchable database of local seminars and support groups.
Modern Widows Club
A widow mentoring organization with a chapter in Kennesaw. This group meets the second Thursday of every month.
National Students of AMF
College students supporting college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one. A national organization with chapters at colleges across the country.
The Widowed Parent Podcast
The Widowed Parent Podcast is your guide to the murky waters of “only-parenting“ after the loss of a spouse. After losing her husband to brain cancer when her kids were 9 & 11, Jenny List decided to set out each week in search of the best information, advice, and experts, and bring them straight to you.
180 Your Grief Widows' Empowerment & Grief Counseling Center
The mission of 180 Your Grief Widows' Empowerment Center is to empower widows and their families to become stronger together in body, mind, and spirit after loss by providing opportunities in counseling, mentoring, workshops, community, and training using a Biblically-based roadmap to create active grief recovery in small group environments.
An involved and lively website for peer support, Widowed Village connects widowed people through bad times and good. Widowed Village is a program of Soaring Spirits International, a non-profit organization: http://www.soaringspirits.org/
For information about crisis response, grief education for children, grief training for professionals, or support groups for your school, please contact Liz Carson.