You do not need to go at this alone. While no one has exactly
the same story, pain, or feelings that you have, there are so many people going
through this experience right now. Support from others who understand can help
you better understand your grief, troubleshoot things you are struggling with, as well as learn from and help others.
Start with your local funeral director, who may be able to connect you with grief resources in your community or provide you with books and other literature to read, regardless of where you are on your grief journey.
COVID Grief Network
Note that many of the organizations below also offer resources specific to the pandemic.
General Grief Resources
Center for Loss & Life Transition
What’s Your Grief
Resources to Help Grieving Children and Families
National Alliance for
Comfort Zone Camp
Camp HOPE America
The Dougy Center: The National Center for Grieving Children and Families
For Parents Who Are Grieving the Death of a Child
Empty Cradle (Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Education, and Remembrance)
For Suicide Loss Survivors
Alliance of Hope
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
For Family and Friends Grieving the Death of a Loved One in the Military
TAPS - Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
For Family and Friends After a Substance Passing