- How to Help A Grieving Teen
- Grief Cues and How to be with Teens
- Talking to a Grieving Teen
- Suicide Death and Your Kids
- Violent Death and Trauma
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Regional and National Links
American Hospice Foundation
Online library resources
The Dougy Center
This organization provides a wide variety of online resources plus groups and forums for sharing and connecting with others who are grieving.
“Candid Conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.”
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network provides information on its website and through its publications as a public service; providing resources for dealing with traumatic grief:
“Our House is the most recognized grief support center in California. On-site grief support and interventions are available to schools and businesses throughout the greater Los Angeles area.” Great articles and resources for a variety of losses, including children, teens, adult grief.
The Shared Grief Project
The Shared Grief Project was founded on one guiding principle: grieving children should not suffer in isolation. Through short videos featuring interviews with high-profile celebrities, the Shared Grief Project highlights the stories of individuals who have lost a parent or sibling at a young age and have gone on to live happy, healthy, and highly successful lives.
Surviving Life After A Parent Dies
A forum for teens who have coped with parental death to share their experiences with others who may understand.
The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.
1-866-4 -U-TREVOR (488-7386)