Grief Support Groups and Websites

What’s your grief? – a website with hundreds of articles and podcasts focused on dealing with grief.

Good Grief – Helping Children and Teens Cope with Loss

Moyer Foundation and Resource Center – The mission of The Moyer Foundation is to provide comfort, hope and healing to children and families affected by grief and addiction. Their innovative resources and programs address the critical needs of children experiencing powerful, overwhelming and often confusing emotions associated with the death of someone close to them or substance abuse in their family. No child should have to face these struggles alone, and their unique programs bring kids together to ease their pain and provide the tools to help restore hope.

The Moyer Foundation has two signature camp programs: Camp Erin for grieving children and Camp Mariposa for children impacted by addiction in their family.  Their newest initiative, The Resource Center, broadens the continuum of care by providing an online library of information as well as a personalized connection to a network of support organizations that will strengthen children and their families’ ability to hope and heal.  Visit to explore our unique approach and to find support. 

Support Websites

Health Story Collaborative – Harnessing the Healing Power of Stories. This site explores the need and importance of sharing stories in the healing process.

Cancer Support Resources

Cool Kids Campaign – Supporting pediatric oncology patients and their families through academic, social and emotional programs.

Kylee’s Dancing Angels and Kylee’s Dancing Angels Facebook page – Helps Sarcoma patients find their Happy Place.

Believe Big – Helping families navigate the cancer journey by providing resources, directions and hope.


The Art of ComfortingVal Walker, one of our Frequent Contributors, explores what to say and do for people in distress. “With clarity, compassion and wisdom, Walker teaches the art and the craft of comforting others and ourselves. In today’s distressed and frenetic world, she does us all a great favor. She teaches us what we most need to know. This fine book is a resource for all those who want to be able to help friends, family members and other people who are in need of our kindness.” —Mary Pipher, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of Reviving Ophelia, and The Shelter of Each Other