General Grief Resources
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: The Survivor Outreach Program: Provides support to newly-bereaved survivors of suicide loss.
AARP Grief & Loss: A collection of resources and an on-line support community.
Death & Dying: Discusses dying, funerals and grief.
Grief Awareness: Navigating Grief: A Guidebook for Grief Awareness and Understanding.
Grief Net: An internet community of person dealing with grief, death and major loss.
Growth House: Discusses hospice care, dying with dignity, terminal illness, grief and bereavement.
Help Guide: Coping with grief and loss.
National Alliance for Grieving Children: Provides resource materials for professionals and volunteers working with grieving children, teens, families and the communities where they live.
Webhealing: The path of grief can be tough. Webhealing offers a variety of resources.
WidowNet: An information and support resource for, and by, widows and widowers.
Grief Resources for Parents
Bereaved Parents USA: A nationwide organization designed to support bereaved families.
Grief Haven: Providing support and resources for parents and others who have lost a child.
The Compassionate Friends: Supports families who have experienced the death of a child.
Grief Resources for Children, Students, Young Adults
Community for Accredited Schools Online: An online resource and guidebook for college students coping with grief and loss while in school. http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/managing-grief/
Fernside Online: An online resource for grieving children.
The Dougy Center: Provider of peer support groups for grieving children.
When Families Grieve: Created by Sesame Street Workshop and designed to help your family work through complex emotions, remember the life of a loved one, and find strength in one another. Talk with your child about his/her feelings. Listen to both your child’s words and behaviors. Take cues from your child allowing him/her to express emotions and to ask questions when he/she feels ready. Connect as a family. You are not alone. Together you can move forward.
Grief Encounter: Helping bereaved children through games, workbooks, songs, books.