Have you suffered the loss of a precious child?

If you have endured the death of a child, either young or adult, help is available. 

A licensed clinician supervises all programs and will assist you to determine your needs. You must be 18 years of age or older to participate in the services listed below.

For more information on Support Groups and Individual Adult Grief Support, contact us.


Individual grief services include meeting with a clinician for short-term, individual grief counseling, or with an extensively trained FVHH volunteer.

The work with a FVHH volunteer focuses on facilitating a grief companion relationship. They provide a listening and supportive ear while identifying additional resources to help during this difficult time. We recommend meeting with a volunteer if you have made progress in your grief process already but need ongoing support.


This is a multi-week group for parents who are coping with a recent miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, or neonatal loss. Attendees find strength and comfort in sharing with other parents, helping each other through the grieving process, and honoring their grief and respecting their loss.

For more information, contact us.

This group supports parents grieving the loss of a child who has passed away. This group helps parents to cope with their loss and provides a safe space in a group environment.

For more information, contact us.

This is an open grief support group specifically for Spanish speaking individuals.  Sessions are available as participants sign up. For more information, contact us.

This drop-in group is for people who have undergone the traumatic circumstance of losing a loved one to COVID-19. These sessions will be available as participants sign up. Contact us for details on current sessions.