If you, a friend, a family member, or someone you know is struggling with grief or loss, support and help are available:
Uplift Center for Grieving Children. Uplift Center for Grieving Children helps children grieving a death to heal and grow through their grief while strengthening families, communities and professionals’ understanding of how best to respond to their needs.
Survivors of Suicide Loss. These support groups help loss survivors cope, connect, and work toward healing. The groups are open to anyone 18 years or older who is grieving a loss due to suicide. The groups are free and confidential.
National Widowers Organization. The National Widowers’ Organization educates the public about the special needs of men who have lost their spouses or life partners. They advocate for research into men’s unique needs to deal with grief and spousal loss. Their goal is to bring men together, and arm them with as much information about how to get through a debilitating time in their lives, no matter how long it takes.
Grief Healing Discussion Groups. Information on care giving, grief, and transition for anyone coping with loss. Here you will find healing discussion groups, support, a grief bibliography and much more.
Grieving.com is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, grief support community on the internet. Founded in 1997, it now supports a quarter million people annually from over 100 countries, from all walks of life. The focus is to provide grief support via community interaction.
Meetup.com Grief Support. Find out what’s happening in Grief Support for Partners and Spouses Meetup groups around the world and start meeting up with the ones near you.
The Center for Growth. The Center for Growth offers counseling services, therapy and support groups. The Grief and Loss Support Group is a space to share stories of loss, offer support, hope and empathy, make meaning out of tragedy, and witness one another’s journeys. This group is open to all who are struggling with life after the death of a family member, friend, partner or child.