Grief is something we all experience differently. There is an abundance of resources available. This list encompasses just a few.
An open discussion group, sponsored by the TEARS Foundation and the Center for Child Loss. The group meets on the third Wednesday of each month, and any bereaved parent is welcome.
Designed to support the family of friends of those who have died by suicide, helping them to find relief and understanding, to integrate this loss into their life, and to move forward.
Open to veterans and spouses, this group includes education on grief, facilitating the healing process with support and compassion.
Helping people in crisis, people who are grieving or concerned for someone, or who just need to talk. This is also Alaska's suicide prevention line.
Confidential support for military members, veterans, and their families and friends.
Offers many support services for bereaved families when death was due to homicidal violence or other violent conditions.