Community Resources

Resources for those who are grieving over the loss of a loved one, or know someone who is …

Links to Additional Local Sites

Friends for Survival
Support group / resources for those whose loved ones died from suicide.
916.392.0064
800.646.7322

The Compassionate Friends
Support group / resources for those whose children / siblings have died from any cause.
530.674.2595

North Coast Church Support Groups
Grief Group – Fridays 10am – in the Family Room
Pain Pals – Tuesdays, 3:30-5pm – in the Family Room
Suicide Survivors Support Group – First Thursday, 7:30-8:30pm, in Tower 6 Room
Foundations Mental Health Support Group – Thursdays, 7-9pm, in Tower 6 Room

Links to National Sites

Support services for people who have been the cause of a true automobile accident that resulted in another person’s injury or death
1-877-NOT4GOT

A place where men and women can discuss, share, understand and honor many different paths to healing.


A large site from Ontario, Canada for grieving families


Assisting families in the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child providing information to help others be supportive.

A place for resources and support to help those in the grief process.

Provides state by state directories of survivor support groups for families and friends of someone who completed suicide.

A list of resources and other places to help deal with this type of tragic loss.

National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children

For seniors who have lost a loved one and are widowed

The action program for moving beyond loss.

Support for the loss of a pet and a place for memorials and tributes.

The Shiva Foundation … Honors loss in the cycle of life.

Lighting the candle of hope

Survivors of Violent Loss Program 10 week group sessions for all family members

Organ Donor Information.


Domestic Violence safety Brochure from the American Bar Association Resources and Support for survivors of trauma

The Jewish Healing Center. Bereavement support available to people of all faiths. The Jewish Healing Center.

A support group for friends and family who had had a loved one die due to an overdose.