Ele’s Place; Ann Arbor & Lansing
Weekly peer support group programs for children and their parents or guardians who are coping with the death or life-threatening illness of a parent, sibling, or other close family member or friend.
SandCastles Grief Support Program/ Camp Erin; Detroit
SandCastles is a grief support program for children from ages 3-18 and their families, meeting twice a month in Clinton Township, Detroit, Downriver, Livonia, Rochester, St. Clair Shores, Southfield and West Bloomfield. Camp Erin Detroit is a bereavement camp for children and teens who have experienced the death of someone close to them.
Open Arms: A Grieving Children’s Program; Detroit
Weekly support groups for illness, accident, and suicide. Meal and transportation available for children and their parents. Camp “Good Grief,” a five-week day camp for children ages 7-14, is available.
Youth grief and loss counseling program for children and teens from the Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan.
New Hope for KIDZ and TEENS; Northville
A Christian-based bereavement center that provides support groups, seminars, and individual counseling for children, teens, and adults.
Camp Live, Laugh, Love; Oscoda
A weekend summer camp for grieving children ages 8-13. Free to any child in the state of Michigan, with a focus on children from Central Michigan and northward.
Lory’s Place; Saint Joseph
Grief groups for children and teens of all ages.
Upper Peninsula Childrens Bereavement Network and Camp STAR; Upper Peninsula
Offering monthly events for children and families who have experienced the death of a loved one. The Upper Peninsula Children’s Bereavement Network also puts on Camp STAR (Sharing Together and Remembering), a weekend long grief camp for kids 8-16 who have experienced the death of a loved one.
Safe Harbor; Berkley
The Walk With Me grief group is open to adults who have suffered the loss of a loved one by death. The group is facilitated by trained grief counselors and meets for six sessions seasonally.