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Links to web pages devoted to helping people during the grief process, including specialty bereavement support groups and organizations.
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Dignity Memorial
Dignity Memorial providers are committed to helping families create memorial services that will be long remembered for the manner in which they pay respect to the unique lives that have meant so much to family and friends.
Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross is a psychiatrist and the author of the groundbreaking On Death and Dying. She has earned a place as the best-loved and most-respected authority on the subject. Now in her seventies, she has spent most of her life working with the dying. She has spent many years speaking to standing room only audiences and writing over twenty books on the subject, including: To Live Until We Say Good-Bye, On Children and Death, AIDS the Ultimate Challenge and her autobiography, The Wheel of Life.
Grief Digest Magazine
Grief Digest is a quarterly magazine supporting grieving people and caregivers. It is sponsored by its parent organization, The Centering Corporation -
Grief Guidance
Elissa Bishop-Becker has a Master's of Education degree in Community Counseling, and is a National Certified Counselor. She is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC). Her specialization is in issues of grief, loss, and transition for both adolescents and adults. Her experience includes counseling for bereavement, addictions, and sexual abuse in hospice, college, and community settings. She has been transformed by and recovered from many losses, including the deaths of her daughter and father, and has developed a framework for the grief process that expands on current theories. She is the co-founder of Spiritual Persistence, a "sister "site of Spirit Space.
Grief Support Services
This online service is a program of National Grief Support Services, a nonprofit, charitable organization. Its purpose is for "building an international web site that will deliver comprehensive grief support, education, teleconference counseling & classes, books, publications, music, virtual memorials and tributes, along with a host of other grief related services and products." This site is currently under construction.
GriefNet provides online support those dealing with grief and loss issues on either a personal or professional level. GriefNet's services include resource referral, support groups, a library of texts relating to grief and loss, memorial web pages, and a sister site for children in grief. GriefNet is supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist and staffed by a dedicated team of people who have themselves experienced grief and loss. GriefNet is a dba of Rivendell Resources.
Helping Parents Heal
This organization assists parents who are grieving the death of their children.
KidsPeace is a private, not-for-profit organization which gives kids peace through mental health treatment programs, crisis intervention and public education, includes The National Center for Kids Overcoming Crisis, a comprehensive continuum of kids' mental health treatment programs and also acts as a national liaison for intervention services, and educates kids, parents and professionals around the globe in how to avert crisis.
M.I.S.S.: Mothers in Sympathy & Support
A safe haven for parents to share their grief after the death of a child. MISS provides support to parents enduring the tragedy of stillbirth, neonatal death and infant death from any cause including SIDS, congenital anomalies, and trisomy 13. They also offer the Missing Angels on-line newsletter.
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is more than just a bunch of angry moms. We're real people, moms, dads, young people, and other individuals just trying to make a difference. We are determined to stop drunk driving and to support victims of this violent crime.
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