Websites that may help with coping
The mission of the COVID Grief Network is to provide short term grief support and build long term community for young adults who are grieving in the midst of the pandemic.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers tips for dealing with grief during COVID. Many people are experiencing grief during the COVID-19 pandemic. Grief is a normal response to loss during or after a disaster or other traumatic event.
What’s Your Grief promotes grief education, exploration, and expression in both practical and creative ways. They achieve this mission by providing: resources related to understanding and coping with grief and loss, guidance on how to help a grieving friend or family member, online courses about grief and supporting someone who’s grieving, resources, education, and training for grief counselors, grief volunteers, and other professionals working in fields related to grief and loss, a podcast about grief, a supportive community.
The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors offers compassionate care to all those grieving the loss a military loved one.
Will CarryOn focuses on sharing miscarriage, stillbirth and loss resources, and sharing hope. Founded by Erin Kuhn-Krueger after the loss of her 4th child, Will CarryOn provides shared experiences and resources.
SAVE – Grief support for suicide loss survivors
Our Side of Suicide offers hope, comfort and support for survivors of suicide loss. The site is founded by two women, Jessica and Becky, who met at a support group in Chicago after losing their fathers to suicide. Both had the desire to elevate the discussion about suicide in an attempt to give a voice to those seeking support and encouragement.
Hope Again is the youth website of Cruse Bereavement Care. Though in the UK, the site was created for young people, by young people. They offer support, advice and a type of signposting service, solely online to children and young people who have lost a loved one/s. They hope to break the isolation that grief brings, by providing a space for young people to explore their grief and feel less alone.
The Center for Complicated Grief is dedicated to improving the lives of people suffering from prolonged grief by helping clinicians and the general public learn how to recognize prolonged grief. The Center was established in 2013 to disseminate information about a short-term efficacious treatment for this condition.
Alliance of Hope for Suicide Survivors