PLIDA — the Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance — serves as leaders in perinatal and neonatal bereavement care through education, advocacy and networking for health care providers and parent advocates.
Professional organization providing education and resources to the public and counseling professionals. www.adec.org has a counselor finder page to enable your clients to find professional support from a grief counselor.
A national organization providing research, education and resources to the public and professionals. Website has a support group/counselor finder.
An on-line resource that provides 24 hour support through on-line support groups. All groups are monitored by a Clinical Psychologist. Adult groups and groups for children are available. Monthly fee required.
Soaring Spirits is an inclusive, non-denominational organization focused on hope and healing through the grieving process. Soaring Spirits focus on offering members the tools and resources they need to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the death of a spouse or life partner. Offers a wide range of peer to peer programs including on-line and in-person.
Dr. Alan Wolfelt, a grief therapist, provides articles, books, training, education and support on-line and at his grief center in Colorado.
Weblog written by two young adults who experienced the suicide death of a parent. Has article on how to talk to suicide survivors.
The National Hospice and Palliative Care website. A valuable resource if you are in need of grief counseling or referral information. The website will help you locate the nearest hospice to your home. Every hospice has a bereavement department or someone who provides bereavement assistance, call them for support group and counseling information.
Has a unique 30 day writing e-course for thos who are grieving.
A weblog written by professional counselors who are also family suvivors of suicide.
An organization dedicated to helping to find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization.