Listed are a variety of different websites that provide information and support on grief and bereavement. This list will be continually updated.
Dr Jay’s Children’s Grief Centre
Support for grieving children in Toronto area
Lighthouse for Grieving Children – Oakville
Peer support for greiving children, youth and their families
An online resource for widows, widowers and their loved ones
Helping families, professionals, volunteers, and communities support grieving children, you and adults
Talking with kids and teens about death and dying
Soaring Spirits Loss Foundation
A national network of support for anyone grieving the loss of someone they love – with a special emphasis on those who have been widowed
A community of peers created by The Soaring Spirits Loss Foundation
A weekend long gathering of widowed people from across the country and around the world
The Widowed Parent project is committed to supporting widowed mothers and fathers with children in the home.
SLAP’D is the social media for teens who have lost a parent to find hope and connection through shared experiences
The Widow Match Program
The purpose of Widow Match program is to connect you with another person with whom you can share the ups and downs of the widowhood journey.
Gilda’s Club Toronto
Gilda’s Club is a place where anyone touched by cancer –adults, children and teens as well as their families & friends become part of a welcoming community of support.
Building new friendships
The National Center for Grieving Children and Families
I write stories of widowed people who inspire me on my grief journey. I also write about personal finance for widows because that is a passion of mine and an area of need for many who feel anxious and alone in making financial decisions. Hey, I write about the two things no one wants to talk about: death and money!
Learning to live again after the sudden death of her husband, Aaron on 9/11
Matt’s blog about the sudden death of his wife after the birth of his daughter
Seven widowed people; seven days of the week; seven unique perspectives; one goal…to tell other widowed people that they are not alone
Another Door Opens Photography
A non-profit organization that gives the gift of a photo session to those families whose lives have been affected by the loss of an immediate family member
The Smiling Eyes Project is a non-profit group of Professional Photographers offering complimentary photo shoots to people/families facing Cancers fight or victory.
Bereaved Families of Ontario
Bereaved helping the bereaved learn to live with grief
Affilitates location across Ontario
Dr Bill Webster – The Grief Journey
The Centre for the Grief Journey was established to assist and support people in a grieving process after a significant loss and to provide meaningful resources and helps