Alliance of Hope
The Alliance of Hope for Suicide Survivors provides healing support for people coping with the shock, excruciating grief, and complex emotions that accompany the loss of a loved one to suicide.
The mission of the American Widow Project is to provide military widows with vital support through peer-based support programs designed to educate, empower, inspire, and assist in rebuilding their lives in the face of tragedy.
Camp Widow® is a weekend-long gathering of widowed people from across the country and around the world. We come together to create a community that understands the life-altering experience of widowhood. Camp Widow® provides practical tools, valuable resources, and peer-based encouragement for rebuilding your life in the aftermath of the death of a spouse… all in a fun, uplifting, laughter-filled atmosphere.
Gary’s website provides a range of resources on grief and healing, including the Good Grief mini-course that some of our members have drawn benefit from.
Grief Share is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.
Formally GYST.COM - Get Your Shit Together in 2013 to help people complete end-of-life planning like wills, living wills, advance care directives, wrangling your money, and getting the right insurance to be less vulnerable and more prepared. What can help before and after the ‘shit hits the fan’ new book, What Matters Most: The Get Your Shit Guide to Wills, Money, Insurance, and Life’s “What-Ifs.” A Resource to Explore, document, and share all your health, legal, funeral, and legacy decisions in an end-of-life plan.
When dealing with grief, it can be a challenge to find the resources we need to educate ourselves and our loved ones on what is happening and how to keep going forward.
https://griefdiaries.com Real people. Real stories. Real hope.
Dedicated to bringing you comfort, understanding, and hope through books, videos, podcasts, resources, events, social media & so much more!
https://internationalgriefinstitute.com/ Investing in community resilience.
Setting the gold standard for quality & ethical practices in aftercare through educational consulting & professional training for funeral and bereavement professionals.
A glimpse into heartbreak. Talking honestly about our pain, fear, weakness, awkwardness, and the strange and beautiful transition between this world and whatever comes next. Life, death, and everything in between. Grief Guidebook
Shortly after Michelle’s life-changing wake-up call, her husband of nine years was killed in a small plane crash. Despite the tragedy that was unfolding in her personal life, she dug deep and realized that at this moment in time and discovered she needed fitness more than ever.
A widow mentoring organization. We inspire widows to live a life where anything is possible by being a friend, mentor & advocating in their favor. James 1:27 to heart. Moving forward while reaching back.
If your spouse or partner is/was involved in hospice, this organization offers up to one year of free grief counseling. They also offer community outreach counseling for people whose spouse or partner was not in Hospice but still need grief counseling. Finally, if the counseling offered does not meet your needs, contact the bereavement department of your local hospice as they are usually happy to help you locate grief services and support in your area that is more appropriate for you.
The National Widowers’ Organization is a virtual toolkit for men coping with the loss of a loved one, where men can meet others going through the same transition. There are a lot of things men suffer alone.
SSLF is an inclusive, non-denominational organization focused on hope and healing through the grieving process. We are positive and forward-thinking while focusing on offering our members the tools and resources they need to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of a loved one's death.
Second Firsts was founded in 2010. We provide a scientific and process-oriented approach to releasing pain consciously and methodically by relying on our brain’s ability to give birth to new pathways, new habits, and new brain connections.
Our Mission is to provide accessible content, connections, and programs to the 680,204 DC metropolitan residents facing the loss of a spouse so that they can become empowered in their walks through grief & new challenges.
Widowed Village connects peers for friendship and sharing. The moderators, administrators, and others involved in running this site are widowed people like you. Peer support is an excellent, social way to learn more about living with loss while gaining the energy and ideas for your path to a new life.
We are proud to serve anyone who has suffered or may be facing the loss of a spouse/partner, regardless of age, gender, technical marital status, sexual orientation, length of time married, length of time widowed, or circumstances surrounding spousal death. If you are visiting on behalf of a loved one or friend who is widowed or who may be facing widowhood, thank you for taking the time to visit and, more importantly, for taking the time to locate assistance and support for your loved one. Please be sure to visit the "Fleet Speak" page to locate additional helpful recommendations and resources.
TAPS offers grief resources and bereavement counseling to those grieving the loss of a loved one serving in the Armed Forces. There are transition services, counseling, and outreach provided through a national peer support network at no cost to those surviving families and loved ones. They also partner with the Department of Veteran Affairs.
These resources, are great tools to find what you need all in one place.