How We Help
Peer Grief Support Groups
We provide no-cost peer grief support groups to:
- Children ages 4-18 and their adult caregivers
- Young adults between the ages of 18-25
- Families who have experienced any type of death or are anticipating a death
Adult groups are offered in English and Spanish.
Hope at Home Program
Our Hope at Home Program enables us to provide our peer grief support group curriculum virtually to families that live too far are are unable to attend in-person groups.
Wave Anticipatory Grief Support Group
We provide virtual-only support group for children, teens, and their parents/caregivers who have a loved one with an advanced serious illness, or families who are anticipating a death.
Community Bereavement Support
We provide immediate and long-term bereavement support for children, teens and adults within community groups who have experienced a death.
We offer professional development and training workshops to educate individuals who work with children who are grieving.
We can tailor workshops to fit the needs of your school or organization. Please contact us if you are interested in a specific topic.
School Based Program
We support school districts in North Texas by providing elementary and middle/high school curriculum with all the supplies needed for school counselors to lead peer grief support groups during the school day.
This includes ongoing support and check-ins from our Program Team regarding questions or requests for more material.
We work with our local community to provide the care each child and family needs. Schools and other organizations/businesses can contact us for information they can then provide to families.
We have an extensive list of mental health professionals and services we can share information about when they reach out seeking a service we don’t currently offer.