Struggling with your loss, you have come to the point of seeing where you are and perhaps where you want to go. You may be coming to a realization about that. But maybe you still feel lost in longing, wishing for the person who is gone, or the life that is no longer. We hope the pause that brought you here represents a stopover on the way to a new perspective. But in all events, you probably need more fuel in your emotional tank to continue this wearying journey.

Our network of grief support services, the heart of our website, can be an important source of replenishment. Grief has many causes, not just death and dying. Your life has changed for the worse, and even in a busy world, surrounded by people, it can be very lonely.

Link below to the most comprehensive support services for times of grief and loss. Sharing is the spirit behind the resources we provide you. 
Your privacy remains secure while your personal support structure grows stronger. We wish you peace and discovery on the way to recovery.

  • Family and friends think you should be over your grief
  • You want professional help, but you don’t have the time or finances
  • You don’t feel comfortable in groups, face-to-face
  • You want help, but you prefer anonymity
  • You wish you could talk with others who understand how you feel
  • You have trouble sleeping and need someone to talk to
  • You want help, but you are home-bound or unable to drive

If so, you have come to the right place. These are just some of the many reasons that online and telephone support is so beneficial.

Participants drive the discussions, with a little navigation at times from the professional facilitators, whose role is to keep the group as positive and beneficial as possible for all. The experienced, caring professionals who help guide the groups are volunteers in conjunction with National Grief Support Services. This Compassion Cooperative program, along with generous donations, allows us to bring you these important services, free of charge.


  • For Adults and Seniors
  • For Teens –
  • For Professionals Who Help
  • For Adults and Seniors
  • For Teens:

Whether you are a seasoned professional or just starting your professional career, having colleagues to share problems or ideas with, seek advice or information from is invaluable.

This is as close to free, in-person professional help as you can get. Participating professionals from the community are renowned specialists in areas of grief, loss and longing. You may post questions on our “Ask the Expert” page or ask them by telephone, during special, live one-hour “Grief-Line” calls.

Grief Support Reading Room, where you can select various article titles, organized by subject, and then click to read, print or send to a friend/client.

Meet Our ExpertMeet Our Expert Organizations and Services – 30 categories of specific grief issues Grief Publications (Books, Reports, Journals, Audio, Videos, Magazines, E-zines & more) Hospices

  1. Children’s Hospices
  2. Adult Hospices

Burial Services

  1. Cremation Services
  2. Cemeteries
  3. Funeral Homes

Estate Planning Services, Legal
Online Support: Therapists, Counselors, Support Groups

  1. Adults and Seniors
  2. Helping Professionals Only
  3. Teens Only

Spiritual Resources

  1. Angels
  2. Counselors (Spiritual)
  3. Ethical Wills
  4. Healers
  5. Mediums
  6. Organizations
  7. The Other Side
  8. Products
  9. Publications
  10. Psychics
  11. Religious
  12. Web Sites
  13. Other

Online Library (Articles)

Teleclass and Seminar

Teen Support Place

Hospital and Health Care

Pet Loss Resources