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Grief and bereavement
TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) 24/7 online and telephone information and support for families grieving the death of a loved one who died while serving for...
Teachings to Support Grief and Loss Grief and loss from the perspective of First Nations, Inuit and Métis beliefs and teachings related to passing on to the...
Weathering the Storm: Parenting Grieving Children What can we do to help our grieving children cope with the stress, hardship and change that comes when we experience a death...
What Grieving People Need (brochure) Practical information about supporting someone who is grieving. This resource and more can be found on www. champlainpalliative. ca
What's Your Grief? Website created by mental health professionals who have experienced deaths in their families to promote grief education,...
When a parent dies by suicide...What kids want to know The Centre of Addiction and Mental Health has developed a brochure which will help prepare you to take the first step of...
Widowed Parent The Widowed Parent project is committed to supporting widowed mothers and fathers with children in the home. This website...
Winston's Wish: Supporting a Bereaved Child or Young Person This website (developed in the U. K) provides practical support and guidance to families, professionals and anyone concerned...
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