With our program mission to support and empower grieving young adults, we collaborate with other organizations that help us to ensure we are providing the most comprehensive services possible. we are aligned with their missions and support the programs of our partners.
We are always looking for new partners to help enrich our organization. If you are interested in a partnership with actively moving forward, please contact admin@HealGrief.org.
Partners in Grief work:
Mission: To help provide grief counseling and bereavement support services to children and teens who have experienced the loss of a parent or a loved one, regardless of the circumstances of the death.
Mission: dedicated to promoting excellence and recognizing diversity in death education, care of the dying, grief counseling and research in thanatology. Based on quality research, theory and practice, the association provides information, support and resources to its international, multicultural, multidisciplinary membership and to the public.
Mission: provide grieving children with a voice, a place and a community in which to heal, grow and lead more fulfilling lives
Comfort Zone Camp is a nonprofit organization that provides free therapeutic programs for campers ages 5-25 that have experienced the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling. The programs empower participants to be able to grieve, heal, and grow in healthy ways. Comfort Zone builds a supportive and collaborative community to break the emotional isolation grief often brings. Programs are held year-round in locations throughout the United States.
Comfort Zone offers 3-day Young Adult programs designed for campers ages 19-25 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian. The weekend programs include support groups where you will receive peer-validation, confidence-building initiatives, and intentional times to honor your loved one(s).
Grief evolves with each developmental stage we reach, so learning to manage our grief in a healthy way is important at every age. Whether your loss was 10 years ago or 3 months ago, we encourage you to attend.
To receive further information or to sign up for a camp program, please contact Janelle Tensley, National Community Facilitator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 804-377-3430.
Mission: furthering the work of psychiatrist, humanitarian and hospic..e pioneer, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. The foundation's goals are to increase access to quality hospice and palliative care globally while also encouraging compassionate care of the dying and grieving.
Mission: promotes awareness of the needs of children and teens grieving a death and provides education and resources for anyone who wants to support them.
Mission: support organizations that help grieving children and the surviving parents, guardians and other caring adults who are in a position to console and nurture a child dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Mission: To provide comfort, hope and healing to children affected by loss and family addiction.