- Bereavement Magazine (A Magazine of Hope and Healing)
A bi-monthly publication providing articles on grief and loss. Articles from current and past issues available online include personal perspectives as well as articles on grief and loss.
- Camp HOPE (Helping Others' Pain End)
A place where children and teenagers gather to work through the grieving process after a loved one dies. Children and teenagers are guided through the complex emotions by showing them that they are not alone.
- The Compassionate Friends
A national nonprofit, self-help support organization that offers friendship, understanding and hope to bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings. The Web site features information on grief and online versions of its quarterly magazine.
- The Sibling Connection
A resource regarding the death of siblings that features information on grief and loss with resource listings.
- The Dougy Center for Grieving Children and Teens
Provides information in the "Grief Support" section on supporting adults, children and adolescents in their grief.
- Kyle's Korner
Provides information about the program's support groups, which feature an innovative approach to non-pathological grief involving expression through play, art and sharing.
- Infant Death Center of Wisconsin
Contains information on grief and loss, links and research in the "For Families" section. Wisconsin Perspectives is available on the Web site and has articles on grief and loss.
- Margaret Ann's Place
A nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to providing peer support groups and services for grieving children, teens, families and communities who are coping with death and dying.
- Southeast Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
Provides an online library and resource listing as well as a comprehensive listing of support groups. Good information on assessing the quality of information on the Internet is provided in the "Resources Section."
- Web Healing
A place men and women can discuss, chat or simply browse to understand and honor the many different paths to heal strong emotions.