The Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium at the Rockefeller Institute of Government in Albany, NY is seeking individuals impacted by public mass violence to complete an anonymous survey about their experience after the tragedy. Click here to be contacted about the survey..
MISS Foundation– This is the website of Dr. Joanne Cacciatore, a favorite mentor in grief. Provides C.A.R.E. (counseling, advocacy, research, and education) services to families experiencing the death of a child.
Judi’s House Children experience grief differently as they reach various developmental milestones. Judi’s House helps families who may all be grieving differently. They offer groups, individual, and family therapy and are a phenomenal research-based FREE resource.
Camp ComfortThis is a grief camp for kids that takes place in the beautiful Mount Evans area.
Selah Grief Carefarm A compassionate community where grief and love, pain and beauty intersect. The Selah Carefarm near Sedona, AZ is the first carefarm for the traumatically bereaved in the U.S.
GRASP – Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing This organization offers groups for those who lost someone to a substance-related death. The only meeting in the Denver metro area is in Aurora. Aurora: grasphelp.org/southeast-denver-chapter/, National
The Compassionate Friends (TCF) LOCAL CHAPTER MEETINGS The Compassionate Friends (TCF) is a support organization for grieving parents, grandparents, and siblings who have experienced child loss. There can be immeasurable healing in groups of people who “got it.” There are local chapters that meet once a month in Littleton and Denver.
The Compassionate Friends (TCF) NATIONAL CONFERENCESThe annual TCF national conference is held each summer in a different city. It is a moving and informational experience. This year’s (2023) national conference is taking place in Denver. The conference includes dozens of educational workshops in different areas of grief.