Highmark Caring Place; Erie, Lemoyne, Pittsburgh, Warrendale
The Caring Place provides programs for grieving children and families, sponsors educational programs, and helps to empower the community to effectively serve grieving children.
Precious Gems Counseling Services; Glenside
Precious Gems offers support, friendship, and professional counseling as needed regardless of ability to pay.
Mommy’s Light; Lionsville
Support programs, educational resources, and traditional fulfillment programs are available for children, teens, and families who have experienced the death of a mother.
The Center for Grieving Children, Teens, and Family; Philadelphia
Peer support groups are available for children, teens, and families. Additionally, training programs for adults working with grieving children and teens are offered.
Camp Erin; Philadelphia
Camp Erin is a bereavement camp for children and teens, ages 6-17, who have experienced the death of someone close to them.
Center for Loss and Bereavement; Skippack
A non-profit organization that provides professional counseling, support services, and education within an environment of support.
Drew Michael Taylor Foundation; Shippensburg
A free 7-session support program each fall and spring for children, teens and their families that are grieving the loss of a loved one. Groups are facilitated by graduate level counseling students from Shippensburg University of PA and volunteer counselors from the community. Bereaved Parents Support Group also available.
Olivia’s House; York
Olivia’s House offers various eight-week educational coping programs for grieving children, teens, and parents. Each program is tailored based on loss type.
PATHways Center for Grief and Loss; Mt. Joy
PATHways offers comprehensive programs and services for anyone in the community affected by the serious illness or death of someone significant in their lives. A wide variety of services are available to the bereaved as well as to those who support the bereaved.