Recommended Resources for Youth and Young Adults

An estimated 1 out of 13 children in the U.S. will experience the death of a parent or sibling before they reach the age of 18. 7.7% – 5.6 million youth will be bereaved by age 18, and the number more than doubles by age 25, to 13.9 million. Childhood bereavement is a prevalent and critical public health issue that can have a profound impact on future well-being. (JAG Institute 2022)

National Alliance for Children’s Grief (NACG)

Judi’s House/JAG Institute

Dougy Center – The National Grief Center for Children and Families

Jeff’s Place

Imagine: A Center for Coping With Loss

The Cope Foundation – Loss of a Child

Comfort Zone Camp – National Camp Program

Experience Camps – National Camp Program

Eluna – Camp Erin

Good Grief Schools

Actively Moving Forward – Connecting and Empowering Grieving College Students

Highmark Caring Place