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At Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home we offer free grief support to our families we serve. Please call us at 920-833-2328 to set up an appointment today. Below you will find many grief resources online, in person, and local. Our wish for you is you are able to find something that will help you through these tough times.
Ecourses, webinars, blog posts, articles, resources, and books. They are a great resource to follow on social media and to get their emails because they put out new content almost everyday.
A large website that covers grief information, resources, it is connected to the AMF teen group, and holds virtual grief groups. You can create a memorial, or light a candle for the person who died. They have a blog with articles that get added weekly.
Resource list with downloadable books, books and memorial items for sale on the website. They have really neat ceramic hearts on their website.
Resource center for children and families who have gone through the death of a loved one. They have a blog with articles added weekly, and downloadable adult grief booklets for free. Kid’s worksheets are available on the website along with a free downloadable tool kit for schools to implement a kids peer to peer support group in their schools. They offer free support groups for kids ages 4-18, and adults (virtual during COVID).
National Center for Grieving Children offers resources for kids and families, and is holding virtual support groups. They also have a list of books and dvds for families.
Resources, webinars and education for kids and their adults. Very full website with a lot of information for different topics in relation to grief.
Resource for parents and families who have gone through the death of a child. It is a national website that has a list of resources for parents, a downloadable newsletters four times a year, and chapters around the United States.
A national organization that is support for parents and family members who were affected by a child who was murdered.
Website is full of support and information; in person support, phone support, support groups, packets, private online community, and much more.
Young Adults and College students ages 18-30. They offer support, grief coaching and have virtual support groups. They have an app to help with connecting each other. The in person groups are held at different campuses throughout the United States.
Just for teens and young adults who are trying to navigate grief. It is mainly blog posts and articles written by teens on the topic of teens going through a death. There is a list of resources and a way you can contribute an article if you would like.
This website is for teens who have lost a parent. It has articles written by teens and professionals just for teens. There is a tribute page where you can read stories and see pictures of the person who died. You can also submit to the tribute wall.
They hold free in person grief support groups once a month in Seymour, WI. The groups are confidential, a laid back atmosphere, and you get a take home adult book with a reflection guide.
Locations: Green Bay, Appleton, Little Chute, Menasha, Neenah, De Pere, Greenleaf, Seymour
Faith Based support groups for adults 18+ that follows the format of a video and reading materials.
Location: Multiple Locations + Virtual Support Groups
For kids ages 6-18 and their family members.
Whatever it is, the way you tell your story online St. Mary’s Parish in Algoma, WI
1st Thursday of each month 6:30-8:30PM
Contact: Donna Moran
Family and kid’s nights by age group and topic. They are running the in person family nights online. They have a schedule on the website. A great, kind and supportive group to be part of.
Locations: Neenah, Oshkosh. Suicide survivors group for anyone ages 14+
A private Facebook grief group for people who have gone through a death. It has over 9,000 members. It is about grief in general, and not a specific type.
A private Facebook grief group specific to the loss of a mother, and has over 16,000 members
It's a private Facebook group for women ages 18-100 who have lost a boyfriend, significant other, or spouse to suicide.
Mental Health Group for men to discuss life, parenting and more. 2.4K members.
An online program for anyone 13+. It is a paid service to find licensed counselors, therapists and psychiatrists.
Melissa is amazing! If there are any kids you know having a tough time, take a moment to contact her. She is a child counselor and is fantastic with kids. She is trained in sandplay, other play therapies and yoga.
1800 Freedom Road, Little Chute, Wisconsin 54140
These all have been read and hand selected by the bereaved.
For Kid’s books visit: Kid’s Books.
Written by dads for dads. The overall topic of the book is dads talking about the death of a child over a two year period. Highly recommend this book, it is real, thought out and very insightful.
More than twenty years later, it is still the go-to book that women of all ages look to for comfort, help, and understanding when their mother dies.
Kate Spencer lost her mom to cancer when she was 27. In The Dead Moms Club, she walks readers through her experience of stumbling through grief and loss, and helps them to get through it, too. This isn't a weepy, sentimental story, but rather a frank, up-front look at what it means to go through gruesome grief and come out on the other side.
This is an awesome book about going through life after a death and figuring out what plan b is, if plan a is not an option. The main topic is spouse loss, but is a great read about grief in general.
This book is mainly about the loss of her husband, but also lost her father and a miscarriage all in a short period of time. Small book that is an easy read and definitely worth checking out.
It is an easy read written by a lady who lost her parents. It brings up some interesting topics about what she went through at the end of their lives, and feeling her own mortality. Definitely worth checking out.
This book was written by a girl in her 20’s who went through the death of both her parents. It is a book that covers many different types of deaths, but follows the author in the loss of her parents and how she dealt with the losses. She went on to start a peer to peer support group called Hope’s House.
This book is a book about a teenager who lost her dad, written for other teenagers. A thin book, but yet engaging to read.
If you ask anyone who has been to Camp HOPE for kids, they will most likely say that it was amazing. This is a magical place that turns strangers into family in one weekend. Connections happen, healing happens, and yes, sometimes magic.
This camp is located in Wisconsin and is free to all campers.
This camp for kids is located at the UW-Green Bay campus. Right now they are not holding in person camps, but DO have a virtual camp experience you can view on your website.
In this booklet you will find a section on feeling better, what is normal, hope, non-journaling, book recommendations, hurting, and 10 day reflection guide.
In this booklet you will find: Resources, book recommendations, mantras, quiet time, reflection and 10 day reflection guide.
In this booklet you will find a section on guilt and forgiveness, forgiveness worksheets, finding meaning, grief during the holidays and a 10 day reflection guide.
This book covers a few different topics. Looking at being the best version of you, topic of forgetting the person who died, emotions, talking to kids about death, and the 10 day reflection guide.
Comedian Cariad Lloyd’s father died of cancer when she was 15. She went on to become a successful comedian and was bowled over by the unexpected success of Griefcast, which won Podcast of the Year in 2018. Listen in on a series of conversations with Cariad’s fellow comedians and performers as they discuss their experiences of love, loss and bereavement.
Grief Out Loud seeks to ice-break this conversation stopper of a subject. Grief is tough enough without having to deal with it alone. Listen in for personal stories and advice for grieving children and teens from bereavement experts. The producers – Oregon’s Dougy Center for Grieving Children and Families – know their stuff and leave the clichés at the door.
Mary is a grief specialist who doesn’t believe that the stages of grief are one-size-fits-all. Grief isn’t a set journey, it is an emotional maelstrom that’s different for everyone who’s ever been held in its grip. If you feel you’ve failed because your stages of grief aren’t textbook, Mary will show you that you’re OK. You’re just doing it your own way.