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|Grief and Bereavement Resources|
Below is a list of organizations that provide a variety of grief and bereavement resources. If you are aware of additional organizations that provide assistance to the bereaved, please contact IFDA with your suggestions.
601 E St. NW
Resources Offered: Widow to widow support group.
1821 Grand Ave
Resources Offered: A bereavement counseling group for children in camp setting.
5221 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Resources Offered: A resource for anyone concerned about suicide.
6868 Distribution Drive
Phone: 855.858.2226 (CCCF)
Resources Offered: A national support group for victims of childhood cancer and their families.
528 Raven Way
Resources Offered: Families grieving the death of an infant.
2502 N. Rocky Point Drive, Suite 550
Resources Offered: Programs are available to children who have had one or both parents die.
PO Box 190401
Resources Offered: CLIMB is a national organization that provides resources and referrals for parents who have lost one or more children in multiple births.
1000 Jorie Blvd., Suite 140
Resources Offered: A national group for parents whose child has died.
PO Box 3199
49 Locust Avenue, Suite 104
Resources Offered: First Candle provides support for new and expecting parents or those dealing with stillbirth and SIDS.
4500 Onondaga Blvd.
Resources Offered: Hope for the Bereaved is a national organization with support groups.
International THEOS Foundation
322 Boulevard of the Allies, Ste. 105
Resources Offered: They Help Each Other Spiritually is an international group for widows and widowers.
511 E. John Carpenter Freeway
1731 King Street
National Leadership Coalition on AIDS
1730 M St., Ste. 905
510 King Street, Suite 424
Information and Referrals for Victims of Crime and Disaster:
Resources Offered: NOVA provides a support referral service for families of violent crimes victims.
635 West 7th Street, Suite 104
Resources Offered: This group offers grief support groups and resources to help victims of violent crimes understand the justice system.
1650 S. Dixie Hwy., Ste. 510
Resources Offered: PWP is a national organization for single parents either through death or divorce.
Pregancy and Infant Loss Center
1421 E. Wayzata Blvd. S. 70
Resources Offered: The center serves as a national resource for those who have suffered miscarriage, stillborn, or the death of an infant.