Children & Teens Grief Care

Transitions GriefCareChild and Teen bereavement resources include educational and support groups, individual counseling, workshops, social activities, and camps, art therapy, play therapy, and other specialized interventions, and school-based programs.

Support & Workshops

Our child and teen grief offerings provide a safe place for children, teens, and families to express their grief in a comfortable, healing way. Our groups and events give opportunities to learn more about grief and coping strategies as well as connect with grieving peers. These connections can reduce isolation and give space to explore the wide range of emotions associated with the loss of a loved one.

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Resources for Teens and Children

Grief Care

Camp Reflections

Our annual camp for grieving children in elementary and middle school. Typically held on a Friday evening and full day on Saturday, camp includes activities such as music, arts and crafts, and games. Grief-related activities are conducted in small and large group settings and are led by trained facilitators.

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Grief Support in Schools

Our bereavement counselors are able to provide grief support services in Wake County schools. These school services occur during school hours, and all participants are also welcome to participate in other programs through Transitions GriefCare, such as support groups, Camp Reflections, and workshops. Our school programs include support groups for students in grades K-12 and a puppet show to educate 3rd graders about grief and coping. Bereavement counselors are also able to provide education to teaching staff about ways to support grieving children.

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Grief Care

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