At the Children’s Grief Foundation of Canada, we strive to create a community where children and their families are provided with support and information at any phase in their journey.

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Here are a list of our some local organizations in the community that provide information and virtual assistance towards children’s grief:

Kids Grief

A free online resource that helps parents support their children when someone in their life is dying or has died. It equips parents with the words and confidence needed to help children grieve in healthy ways.

Kids Help Phone

Canada’s only 24/7, national support system. They provide an open, safe and trusted place for young people in any moment of crisis or need. They offer professional counselling, information and referrals as well as volunteer-led, text based support in English and French.

Caring for Kids

An informative resource for parents about their child or teen’s health and well being. It is developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society.

What’s your Grief 

An informative resource that educates and provides practical and specific suggestions for coping with grief, run by two mental health professionals.

Fred Roger’s Centre

They aspire to help children grow on the inside, learn through relationships and give meaning to technology. They offer several resources and opportunities for young children to grow.

Sesame Street

They are an independent nonprofit organization with a mission to help children everywhere grow smarter, stronger and kinder.

Andrea Warnick Consulting

Andrea Warnick Consulting has a shop providing several resources that can be purchased to educate and support children’s grief.

LightHouse – Death of a Family Member during a Global Pandemic

A tipsheet for grieving the death of a Family Member during a global pandemic

For additional support, please see the available agencies and service providers acknowledged by the Canadian Alliance for Grieving Children and Youth in your province: