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Visit my friends in Australia at the The Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement who under the leadership of Chris Hall are doing innovative work that serves as a model for us all.
Visit my friend Jim Miller’s excellent web site on grief and loss Willowgreen.com
Kearl’s Guide to Sociological Thanatology is a fascinating and educational page that peers into numerous aspects of death and dying.
The Zen Hospice A unique approach to the important work of hospice.
The home page of the Compassionate Friends.
Visit the home page of ADEC the Association for Death Education and Counseling.
WidowNet a resource for widows and widowers.
A wonderful support for family members, the Bereaved Families of Ontario page. The Body.com offers a multimedia AIDS and HIV information resource.
Transformations This website is dedicated to helping those in recovery and spiritual growth.
A Place to Remember provides support materials and resources for those who have been touched by a crisis in pregnancy or the death of a baby.
T.A.P.S. The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, Inc. (TAPS ) Serving our military and their families at times of personal loss.
Helping Children Deal with Grief is a web site authored by my friend Linda Goldman. It features Linda’s two books on children and grief and offers new resources on terrorism, trauma, and kids. Say hello to Linda for me!
American WWII Orphans Network Was your father killed in WWII? This organization may be of help to you.
Visit the web site of one of my favorite grief centers in the country Kinder Mourn of Charlotte, North Carolina.
D’Esopo Resource Center’s safe place to grieve describes community service innovations and my friend Karen Carney’s critically acclaimed, “Barklay and Eve,” series of books for children.
Debbi Dickinson has created a page Healing Your Grief.
For the families and friends of those who have died by violence Parents of Murdered Children
Nanci Donaldson has created a site Survivors of Suicide to help those who have experienced the death of a loved one to suicide.
Geared to younger men and women the Seattle Widowed Young Persons’ Support Site offers help for those who have experienced the death of a spouse or partner.
The Dougy Center is the National Center for Grieving Children and Families and an internationally known model for providing peer support groups for grieving children, teens, and families.
Journey of Hearts A Healing Place in CyberSpace –a website for anyone who has ever experienced a loss.
Visit my friend Nan Zastrow’s Wings an information web site for caregivers and the bereaved. Linda Flatt has a site honoring her son Paul, Healing for Survivors of Suicide a web site for healing after the loss of a loved one by suicide.
AARP has a Grief and Loss Page that offers a comprehensive source of information designed to help bereaved adults of all ages as well as professional providers of bereavement support.
CysticFibrosis.com Offers a supportive network of resources, advice, information and compassionate guidance for those coping with cystic fibrosis.
Bereavement Publishing, Inc. is pleased to offer you a collection of the highest quality in grief resources and services.
Grief Healing Marty’s site offers information, comfort and support to those who are coping with or anticipating the loss of a loved one.
For spiritual picture books “I Believe In Me” which is now in every Ronald McDonald House library nationally and “I Turn To The Light”, visit conniebowen.com.
The Donor Family Forum is a place to share for friends & family of donors and recipients.
Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS UK) exists to support and inform people distressed through sudden bereavement where there has been no satisfactory conclusion at autopsy.
My local Hospices here in Montgomery County Maryland are: Jewish Social Services, Hospice Caring,Montgomery Hospice, and Holy Cross.
The Sibling Connection offers Bereavement Support and is a resource for adults who have lost siblings, with information about the impact of early sibling loss, the healing process, support groups, bibliographies, and articles about the positive and negative aftermath of loss.
GriefLossRecovery.com offers emotional support and friendship and provides a safe place for people to mourn – emotionally, physically and spiritually.
The Suicide Memorial Wall A wall to honor the memory of those who took their own lives. Visitors may submit names.
Parents of Suicides (POS) memorial website A memorial (with photos) to over 100 who have died by suicide. Includes link to Cyber-library where their stories are.
Grieving Parents memorial website holds mini-memorials for the sons and daughters of members of Grieving Parents email support group.
Griefandrenewal.com supports recovery from significant loss by focusing on healing, personal growth, taking positive action, hospice,international issues, resources, information,and communication with others.
SilentGrief.com created by Clara Hinton, author of Silent Grief, offers daily articles, healing thoughts, scriptures, and chat boards for support, encouragement, and hope following miscarriage and other child loss.
Aftermath Of Suicide helps by supporting others with the emotions that “normal” deaths don’t seem to have…and offering an ear with heartfelt understanding and love.
Rest Ministries is a Christian organization serving people who live with chronic illness or pain through daily devotionals, small groups, resources and more.
Galen Press offers resources for a variety of aspects of death and dying from what happens to dead bodies to resources for death notification.
FRIENDS WAY of Rhode Island provides free, nonsectarian, community and volunteer-based bereavement support groups for children, teens and adults. They offer training and support on issues related to children, grief and loss.
Our Broken Hearts of Suicide is open to All Losses from Suicide.
Dr.Greene on DrGreene.com writes about Helping Children Deal With Grief.
Love Never Dies’focus is on life after death, spirituality, and grief. The author, a bereaved mom, has included poetry, a free email newsletter, and her son’s life story, both before and after his death.
Hospice of the Chesapeake provides grief counseling and spiritual support for terminally-ill patients and their loved ones and support camps for children and teens.
SURVIVORS ROAD2HEALING is a nonprofit Christian support group for those that have felt the devastation of suicide.
Living with Heart provides information, encouragement, support and hope for people recovering from trauma. Describes key aspects of the healing process. Includes resources and forums.
Last Chapters is an online community for sharing experiences with life-threatening illness, death, and grief. Offers inspiring stories, videos, discussion, resources and ideas for individual action to improve end-of-life care.
Robert’s Press is a Canadian grief resource web site featuring a directory of links and a catalog of books, video, tapes and other therapy resources.
Childhood Leukemia Joanne was a Chinese girl who was diagnosed with childhood leukemia. This site shares her story and contains useful resources that helped her family.
Drowning Support Network provides support for those who have experienced the death of a loved one by drowning or aquatic accidents.
Marta Felber’s LifeWords offers an interactive opportunity for comfort, healing, and inspiration – through photos and stories, plus chapters from her books on grief, and more.
Matthew J. Bush, MSW, LSW offers suggestions of how popular music can be used to cope with life’s stressors on his page Freudian Slip named after his own band.
Angels for Hope crochets angels, butterflies and smiley faces to those who are severely injured and/or chronically ill, as well as their caregivers, or just someone that needs hope free of charge.
Missing GRACE Organization assists families on their journey through pregnancy & infant loss, infertility and adoption.
Deaf Counseling Center is a Deaf-owned and operated psychotherapy and consulting practice staffed by licensed professional therapists specializing in work with persons who are deaf, hard of hearing or deaf-blind.
Guide to Grieving and Bereavement Helping Someone Who Is Grieving, and Coping with Divorce or Breakup, from Helpguide.org, provide information and resources for coping with loss.
Twinless Twins is focused on helping twins deal with the death of their twin.
Help to Heal – UK Counselling Services – Online resource for people looking for support and help from fully accredited counsellors.
CLIMB the Center for Loss in Multiple Birth, Inc. are parents throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and beyond who have experienced the death of one or more, both or all of our twins or higher multiples.
“Find sample letters of sympathy, words of comfort, and condolence messages to assist you in expressing your condolences.
CondolencePhrases.net Feel free to use our condolence phrases and other sympathy information to help those you love at their time of grief.
Open to Hope Foundation offers a comprehensive online resource providing youtube videos, thousands of articles, and a weekly internet radio show, all devoted to helping people find hope after loss.
Visit Thegrievingheart.info For hope and support after loss. Includes topics on grief and grieving, how to help grievers, surviving the holidays, the anticipatory grief of caregivers, a tribute to fallen soldiers, pet loss, recommended books and many resources.
Visit a great set of Grief links at MastersinCounseling.org .
For assistance with expressing condolences and comforting the bereaved, please visitsamplesympathymessages.com.
The home page of the National Coalition For Men
Jim Bracewell has created THEMENSCENTER.com which acts as an Internet Portal to the Wide World of Men.
Mensactivism.org is an excellent site created by Scott Garman that features Men’s Rights News and Info
Maledepression.com An excellent site dedicated to helping men who are dealing with depression.
Visit my good friend Michael Abrahams LCSW’s web page, Sugarloaf Counseling.com. an excellent counseling center in Germantown, Maryland.