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    Children or adolescents who have lost a parent, sibling, other relative or friend and whose patterns of personal, social and familial coping have been significantly affected by the loss.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Daddy's Spirit Moves Me Forward - Recreational and Educational OpportunitiesDaddy’s Spirit is currently in its organizational phase. We are presently seeking participation of children ages 5-18 who reside in the Greater Philadelphia (PA-NJ-DE-MD) area and whose fathers have died. Beyond recreational opportunities, we provide specific financial assistance to individual children for the purpose of defraying the cost of organized recreational programs, as well as later defraying the cost of post-secondary education for the children who receive our services. In order to achieve the dual goals of providing recreational and educational opportunities, we are: - Actively seeking volunteers to serve on our Advisory Board as well as to work with the children and their families. Actively seeking donors in the states where Daddy’s Spirit is registered to solicit and receive contributions - both cash contributions and in-kind donations are sought.MontgomeryDaddy's Spirit Moves Me Forward - Montgomery; Valley ForgeDaddy's Spirit Moves Me Forward
    Family Lives On Foundation - Bereavement Education MaterialsBereavement Education Materials help people to understand healthy bereavement, and to be aware of circumstances where additional resources might be necessary. The educational materials provide people in targeted audiences with information that will help them understand the nature of bereavement so that they can provide an environment that supports the complex realities of grief as a process of adaptation.Chester*Main Site (Mommy's Light)Family Lives On Foundation
    Family Lives On Foundation - Services for Grieving Children - Commemorative EventsFamily Lives On provides free services including: Annual Tradition Fulfillment services, and bereavement education materials targeting grieving children and teens, and the adults who live with or provide support to them.ChesterFAMILY LIVES ON FOUNDATIONFamily Lives On Foundation
    Family Lives On Foundation - Tradition FulfillmentTradition Fulfillment Services support maternally and paternally bereaved children/teens in continuing traditions they shared with their parent(s) and are currently available to the more than 2 million eligible young people living in the United States.This service directly supports the healthy development of bereaved children and their families. Children who are able to maintain emotional connections with their deceased mothers or fathers are more likely to adapt to the death of their parent in a healthy manner and to avoid emotional, psychological, physical and behavioral problems.Chester*Main Site (Mommy's Light)Family Lives On Foundation
    Olivia's House - A Grief and Loss Center For Children, Hanover OfficeOlivia's House offers a variety of no-cost programs and services to meet the many needs of grieving families. Services: Pre-Death Support WINGS Social Support Group for families Educational & community support Peer Support Program for children Pet loss services Lending Library Professional adjunct services - Olivia's house can sometimes help with the cost of outside therapiesYorkOlivia's House - A Grief and Loss Center For Children, Hanover OfficeOlivia's House - A Grief and Loss Center For Children
    Olivia's House - A Grief and Loss Center For Children, York OfficeOlivia's House offers a variety of no-cost programs and services to meet the many needs of grieving families. Services: Pre-Death Support WINGS Social Support Group for families Educational & community support Peer Support Program for children Pet loss services Lending Library Professional adjunct services - Olivia's house can sometimes help with the cost of outside therapiesYorkOlivia's House - A Grief and Loss Center For Children, York OfficeOlivia's House - A Grief and Loss Center For Children
    Peter's Place - Peer Support for Grieving Children, Teens, and CaregiversPeter's Place offers a bright, positive environment for families and young adults. We are a safe and compassionate community where families can get support after the death of someone significant in their lives. Instead of counseling or therapy, we provide peer support. Children and teens are placed in age appropriate groups, 3-5 year olds, 6-10 year olds, 11-13 year olds, and teens (14-17 years old) that meet every other week. The participants come together for 1 to 1 1/2 hours in the "talking circle" to share, to play games, and do creative, hands-on, activities. Parents or adult caregivers also participate in support groups to discuss concerns about raising children and teens in grief, and to share their own experience of grief. We also offer a monthly Young Adult group for 18-25 year-olds. Groups are facilitated by Master's level staff and trained volunteer grief facilitators.DelawarePeter's Place - Delaware; RadnorPeter's Place
    Tuesday's ChildrenLong term support, outreach, guidance, and volunteer opportunities for those who are coping with the loss of an immediate family member, with emphasis on September 11 and the Sandy Hook tragedy. Additional programs offered for families of September 11 first responders, families of recently fallen and wounded veterans, and youth around the world impacted by terrorism. Programs include: - Career Resource Center - Youth mentoring - Community service projects - International youth connection programs - Recreational activities & outings (NY metro only) - Individual counseling - Peer support groups - Workshops390 Plandome Rd, Manhasset, Brooklyn NY (Tuesday's Children)Tuesday's Children

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