The Children's Grief Centre offers professional, specialized services for grieving children in Southern Alberta. Our counsellors help families with children and teens adjust to the changes in their lives.
Using individual, family counselling and group support, we compassionately support people through grief. Our counsellors are recognized experts in end-of-life, grief and trauma counselling for those aged 19 years and younger.
These services are for children, teens, and parents/caregivers who are coping with the death or advanced illness of a loved one.
Group programs for children, teens, and families can help reduce isolation, foster connection, establish resilience, support mental health, and build community.
We offer the following programs for children, teens, and families: Kids Club, Common Ground, and The Village.
Donations to the Children's Grief Centre help us ensure we have a place for grieving children, teens and their families to find support. Learn more about how you can help the Children's Grief Centre, where no child grieves alone.
Children's Grief Centre supports children aged 19 and under as they adjust to the changes in their lives when someone close to them is living with an advanced illness or has died. Our seminars and workshops offer tools and strategies for those grieving or supporting others.