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Grief Resources

While the Grief Centre is committed to begin virtual and some in-person services and programs such as 1 to 1 counselling, peer group activities, and Parent/Caretaker groups by late Summer and early Fall 2022, we encourage those seeking resources or immediate support to contact us at so that we may try to help direct you to resources and services by other potential agencies in the interim.

Below you will find other resources - for families and professionals alike - that may be of some interest or help:


Additional Resources:

Accessible and Inclusive Mental Health Resources for coping through COVID-19.

Teenage Grief Sucks
Teenage Grief Sucks was released in March of 2020, and is unlike other resources for grieving teens, as almost all of the content provided is written by teenagers themselves. Teens are able to read stories written by kids their age about subjects such as school and social lives, and are even able to share their own grief stories.

Mind Your Mind
mindyourmind exists in the space where mental health, wellness, engagement and technology meet. We work with community partners and young people aged 14 to 29 to co-create interactive tools and innovative resources to build capacity and resilience.

Black Health Alliance
Diverse and Inclusive resources relating to Mental Health, Health and more.

Blog posts written by racialized people, mental health hotline.

What's Your Grief
An umbrella website about grief, includes resources, grief courses, etc.

Option B
A website dedicated to talking about adversity and resilience, countless personal stories about death, dying and grief, up to date & diverse.

Black Youth
Black Youth Mental Health Helpline, Services & Programs

Mental Health Resources for Native Youth by Native Youth, specific section on grief.

Positive Spaces
Mental Health Resources and Toolkits for LGBTQ+ Newcomers.


Where's the Grief
Jordon Ferber is a comedian whose 21-year-old brother died in a car accident in 2002. He found 'dealing with a traumatic loss while simultaneously doing comedy, somewhat surreal.' Jordon shines his comedy torch onto topics some would rather leave in peace and chairs the chat with other comedians to tease out their unique perspectives on grief.

Grief Out Loud
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 cliches at the door.