While our main focus is on families, we realize that there are issues that can arise within the community that may bring the need for grief and crisis support. We encourage collaboration with schools and businesses to educate staff and implement grief support processes and programs. The following organizations bring support and awareness to schools and communities.
The Youth and Young Adult staff at Brighter Days Grief Center provide consulting services for Minnesota schools, colleges and communities in the event of a death or crisis.
Canvas Health provides stigma-free help for those struggling with mental illness, substance use, crisis, sexual assault, grief, loss, and trauma. Their mission is to provide hope, healing, and recovery to the people they serve. Canvas Health also provides on-site mental health services to select schools through their Therapeutic Assistance Program (TAP).
If you are a business, school or organization that has experienced a crisis, Center for Grief and Loss provides therapy and support to those impacted by natural disasters, terrible accidents, sudden death and situations that pose a threat to being safe.
Children’s Grief Connection offers schools consultation and education following a school crisis, and also provides speakers for groups and organizations on general grief education.
A groundbreaking, practitioner-oriented website designed to provide educators with the information, insights, and practical advice they need to better understand and meet the needs of the millions of grieving kids in America’s classrooms.
Kelly Grosklags, LICSW, created Conversations with Kelly (CWK) for a powerful purpose: to alleviate suffering. Her message of hope and healing celebrates the power of coming together, where patients, survivors, friends, family, providers and caregivers unite in an intimate forum dedicated to creating positive change.
Students receive education, assessment, referral, therapy and after-care from FamilyMeans therapists in five school districts: Stillwater, Mahtomedi and North St. Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale in Minnesota and in New Richmond and Hudson in Wisconsin.
Offered by Faith’s Lodge, Hope Works Here is an employer-sponsored benefit that guides the transition of an employee’s return to work after the death or medically complex diagnosis of a child.
The NCSCB is dedicated to helping schools support their students through crisis and loss. Click here for the Teacher Training Module: Supporting Grieving Students In Schools.
New York Life’s dedicated online resource for bereaved families and those who want to support them.
Washburn Center for Children provides families mental health assessment, treatment, and school consultation at 23 schools in the Minneapolis, Bloomington and Eden Prairie School districts.