We understanding that losing a loved one is an incredibly challenging circumstance that no one can ever truly be prepared for. Walking through grief in a healthy way can be even more challenging.
Please browse through some of the resources we've collected over the years that have proven to be helpful to our patrons.
This site is run by The Dougy Center for Grieving Children. It's purpose is to provide families loving support and a safe place where children, teens and their families grieving a death can share their experiences as they move through their healing process.
International Children's Memorial Place
The mission of the International Children's Memorial Place is to provide a place that is environmentally conducive to the promotion and improvement of both mental and physical health through nature, communication, and education.
Comfort for Bereavement
At one time or another all of us experience the death of someone we love; a parent, child, spouse, sibling, friend, or a beloved pet. We all have stories of grief. No two grief journeys are exactly the same. But professional counselors say there are general stages of bereavement we all experience. Regrettably, we need to deal with the practical aspects when death occurs. Funeral planning, securing airfare, renting a car. I want to provide some tips to make these arrangements easier.
The Recovery Village
Grief can cause isolation, anxiety and depressive symptoms and some individuals engage in substance use to numb the pain. The Recovery Village offers comprehensive treatment for dual diagnosis based drug and alcohol rehab, eating disorder and mental health treatments tailored to the patient’s specific needs.
Loss of a Spouse in Early Life
This website includes tips, resources, and suggestions for all young widows. and widowers to help deal with grief and loss.