National Resources for Youth and Young Adults

An estimated 1 out of 14 children in the U.S. will experience the death of a parent or sibling before they reach the age of 18. Over 4.9 million youth are bereaved, and the number more than doubles by age 25, to 12.8 million. Childhood bereavement is a prevalent and critical public health issue that can have a profound impact on future well-being. (JAG Institute 2019.)

National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC)

Judi’s House/JAG Institute – Denver, Colorado

The Dougy Center – The National Center for Grieving Children & Families  – Portland Oregon

The Cope Foundation – Loss of a Child

Comfort Zone Camp – National Camp Program

Experience Camps – National Camp Program

Eluna – Camp Erin

 Coalition to Support Grieving Students 

Actively Moving Forward – Connecting and Empowering Grieving College Students