|Internet Resources Related
The Internet has a wealth of information on grief support.
Below is a list of a few sites that may help you as you journey through
recovery. If you would like to recommend a site for this list please send
a link to email@example.com.
Grief Speaks conducts workshops, presentations and in-service trainings for schools, hospitals, businesses, agencies, communities, and organizations on grief.
The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) collection of grief recovery
resources, information and community based support services for individuals
and their families.
TransWeb is all about
transplantation and donation.
Network for Organ Sharing site dedicated to the patients waiting for a
transplant and the donor families who have shared the Gift of Life.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services site devoted to providing
information and resources on organ donation and transplantation issues
and to promote organ and tissue donation awareness.
The National Kidney Foundation offers a support and information site for donor
Rainbows offers help in establishing a support group and provides information on
existing peer support groups for grieving children and adults.
Widow Net is an information and self-help resource created for, and by, widows and
Parents Without Partners is a resource for single parents and their children.
Compassion Books has over 400 resources to help children and adults through serious illness,
death, loss, grief and bereavement.
Grief Resources Catalog is a resource center dedicated to providing grief support products for those
who may be grieving over the loss of a loved one.
Compassionate Friends is an organization whose mission is to assist families toward the positive
resolution of grief following the death of a child of any age and to provide
information to help others be supportive.
Imagine New Jersey is a year-round grief support center for children and adults located in Westfield NJ and serving all surrounding communities. Founded in 2011 as a nonprofit corporation, it offers peer grief support programs for children and their parents dealing with the loss of a family member due to death.