This list of organizations has been compiled in the hope that it can be a resource to anyone working through the process of grief. Additional information, counseling and support may be available to you through your faith community, hospital or hospice.
Angel Eyes – www.angeleyes.org
Provides information, education and family support for those who have suffered the death of a child by SIDS, including all sudden, unexplained infant deaths, miscarriage, any child death, individual counseling services all free of charge.
Compassionate Friends – https://www.compassionatefriends.org/
Self-help groups for parents, grandparents, and adult siblings who have experienced the death of a child, grandchild or sibling at any age and for any reason. Support groups meet regularly. All meetings start at 7pm. National Phone Number: 877-969-0010
Mothers Against Drunk Driving – Colorado State Office – www.madd.org/co
Trained victim advocates, guidance through the judicial process, civil attorney referrals, support groups and memorial programs. 303-425-5902
Parents of Murdered Children and Other Survivors of Homicide – www.colorado-pomc.org
Front Range Chapter – contact Phil 303-748-6395
Women’s and Family Services – 303-425-2529
Support for parents grieving after a miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death.
Young & Widowed Grief Support Group – Colorado Springs
A peer support group for men and women under age 50 who have lost a spouse, partner or significant other. Meets the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Suicide Loss Support
Heartbeat – https://www.heartbeatsurvivorsaftersuicide.org/
Ongoing monthly support group for survivors after suicide.
Agape Hospice Services – www.agape-healthcare.com
Grief support groups; information and referrals; retreats; monthly community education programs open to the community. Individual counseling by phone or in person, free service whether you’ve had someone on Agape services or not. 720-482-1988
Centura Health at Home Porter Hospice & St. Anthony Hospice
Offers Newly Bereaved 3 week groups and a 6 week grief group series that are open to the community. Also, provides periodic art therapy groups for grief support as well as a quarterly Bereavement Education program in south central Denver. Call the Bereavement staff at 303-871-0502.
The Denver Hospice – www.thedenverhospice.org
The Denver Hospice offers a variety of support groups to bereaved adults, adolescents and children. Daytime and evening series available. 303-321-2828
Lutheran Hospice – www.sclhealthsystems.org/
Provides ongoing grief support groups following death loss; grief education series for adults. Daytime and evening series available to the community. 303-403-7410
Mount Evans Home Health & Hospice – https://mtevans.org/
Provides compassionate individual and group support for those who are grieving a death loss. Groups include: Bereaved Spouses, Bereaved Parents of Adult Children, and a 7 week general loss group. 303-674-6400
Namaste Home, Health & Hospice – http://namaste-health.com/
Individual, family and group counseling as well as pastoral support. 303-730-3578
Tru Hospice – https://www.trucare.org/
Visiting Nurse Association/Hospice At Home
Bereavement Group. Provides community grief support to all ages.
303-698-2121 + 0
Grief in the Workplace – www.griefintheworkplace.com
Grief in the Workplace program is a powerful and dynamic training program that provides comprehensive solutions that helps employers work with grieving employees or a loss of an employee. The program is designed to education co-workers, managers, and employers on the grief process and provide an automated checklist of activities to better serve their employees. Contact Rachel Kodanaz 303-619-3547
Grief in Students – https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/managing-grief/
Judi’s House – www.judishouse.org
Program for grieving children and their families. 720-941-0331
Additional Resources and Other Helpful Websites
Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter – www.alz.org/co
Senior Hub – www.seniorhub.org
Advancing the quality of life for older adults through advocacy and community programs, including Meals on Wheels, Homecare Services, Senior Solutions, Adult Day Service & more. 303-426-4408
Theravive – https://www.theravive.com/
Theravive is a network of licensed therapists and psychologists committed to helping people receive the best mental health care available. Through building bridges with others, we continually strive to lower mental health stigma.
What’s Your Grief – https://whatsyourgrief.com/
Center for Loss & Life Transition – https://www.centerforloss.com/
Hospice Foundation of America – https://hospicefoundation.org/
Dougy Center – https://www.dougy.org/
Supportive resources for Colorado healthcare workers – https://cohcwcovidsupport.org/