Sylvia Kratzke notes that as you work through your grief and begin to resume your everyday life, what is truly important in life becomes crystal clear. And that feeling stays with you as you continue your journey through grief, day by day, moving forward to new life.
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation produced a series of virtual workshops designed to build community among Fire Hero Family members who have been widowed. These sessions were recorded in February 2021, featuring Michele Neff Hernandez, the Founder and Executive Director of Soaring Spirits International.
Sesame Street: When Families Grieve provides resources and downloadable materials to help young children who have experienced the death of a loved one.
The New York Life Foundation offers resources for children, parents, and teachers.
The National Alliance for Children’s Grief provides support and resources for children and families.
Compassionate Friends is an international support group for bereaved parents and siblings; this includes a listing of local chapters.
Comfort Zone Camp is a free weekend bereavement camp for grieving children ages 7-17, with multiple locations across the U.S.