Support  Resources

National Alliance for Grieving Children

The National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) is a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the needs of children and teens who are grieving a death and provides education and resources for anyone who supports them. Through the collective voice of our members and partners we educate, advocate and raise awareness about childhood bereavement. The NAGC is a nationwide network comprised of professionals, institutions and volunteers who promote best practices, educational programming and critical resources to facilitate the mental, emotional and physical health of grieving children and their families. Visit

Camp Erin Boston

 A three-day, two-night camp experience for any child or teen who has experienced the death of someone close to them in their lifetime, which will be filled with traditional and fun camp activities combined with grief education and emotional support and will be facilitated by bereavement professionals and trained volunteers. Visit

Comfort Zone Camp

Comfort Zone Camp, Inc. developed to start a discussion on the impact of loss, and how to help grieving persons cope; as well as build a community of support for those living with grief.

The Children’s Room

Caring support for grieving children, teens & families. Visit


Jeff's Place

For children and their families. Visit

Angel Babies

Serving grieving families during perinatal  - Email:

The Autism Program at Boston Medical Center | Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics - The Massachusetts Center for Sudden Infant Death/MA Infant and Child Death Bereavement Program 


A peer-led support network for families dealing with addiction and recovery. For more information contact and Ry-Ann at

South Shore Community Action Council

Since 1965, the South Shore Community Action Council, Inc. (SSCAC), a private
not-for-profit organization, has provided a range of critical services to low-income individuals and families on the South Shore of Massachusetts, and has toiled to combat the root causes of poverty in those communities.