Resources for grieving families.
Click on any of the underlined names and you will be directed to their website.
Jill Komura- Olympia, WA
Susan M Cyr- Edmonds, WA
Sense of Hope Counseling- Arlington, WA
Josh Weed- Kent, WA
Susan Nevada Barnes Nebeker- Yakima, WA
Wild Greif believes in the healing power of both nature and of peer support. At Wild Grief, they combine the two. They provide guided hikes at all levels, hour-long, day-long, and multi-day all focused on supporting each other while on our grief journeys. Grief is what they feel after the death of someone close in our lives and then the grief journey begins – we have to go through it and it is disorienting and often deeply painful.
That is why their motto is Go Outside. Go Together. Go Through it.
Wherever you are on your grief journey, we hope you can join them on the trail.
Sound Care Kids is a support program for families with children who have experienced the death of a significant person in their lives. Groups meet in four six-week sessions each year.
BRIDGES is a grief support center serving families with children ages 4 through 18 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, relative or friend or have someone in their life living with a serious diagnosis. We offer peer support groups facilitated by trained volunteers.
Camp Erin, created and funded by The Moyer Foundation, is the largest nationwide network of free bereavement camps for children and teens ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them.