GRIEF RESOURCES

Grief Support for Children

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Journey Program

Located at Children’s Hospital in Seattle. Offers support groups for parents who have had a child die. Outreach to schools is also a part of their program.

(206) 987-2062

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Safe Crossings

Safe Crossings is a program offered through Providence Hospice of Seattle. It is designed to help children prepare for the death of someone they love. Safe Crossings offers a time-limited support group for children immediately following the death of a loved one.

(206) 320-4000

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Eluna

(formerly The Moyer Foundation)

The mission of Eluna is to support children and families impacted by grief or addiction through its three signature programs: Camp Erin, Camp Mariposa and The Eluna Resource Center

(206) 987-2062

Grief Support Camps for Children

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Camp Erin

Camp Erin helps children heal after death and is offered in 3 locations:

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Camp Mariposa

Camp Mariposa is an addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth who have been impacted by substance abuse in their families, located in Everett.

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Camp Willie

Camp Willie is a grief camp located in the Everett area that is for children in grades 2-12 .

Crisis Intervention

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Crisis Line

Provides 24-hour phone support during periods of individual or family crisis.

Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222

Teen line: (206) 461-4922 (Only operated from 6-10pm, call Crisis Line outside of these hours)

Cancer Resources

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Cancer Lifeline

Offers a variety of services for individuals and families who are living with cancer. Free classes, consultations, 24-hour support line, and community center are among the services provided.

24-hour support line: (206) 297-2500

Dorothy O’Brien Center: (206) 297-2100

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Cancer Pathways

Cancer Pathways provides several support groups for individuals, families and friends living with cancer.

(206) 709-1400

Pediatric Cancer. A young girl with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) receiving chemotherapy. Pediatric, childhood, AYA.

Camp Sparkle

Camp Sparkle is a free summer day camp offered to children ages 6-12 who have been impacted by cancer that is offered through Cancer Pathways

Click on an option below to see resources.

Grief Support for Children

a mother and her son sit in a field of sunflowers
Journey Program

Located at Children’s Hospital in Seattle. Offers support groups for parents who have had a child die. Outreach to schools is also a part of their program.

(206) 987-2062

A lesbian couple hug with their son and dog
Safe Crossings

Safe Crossings is a program offered through Providence Hospice of Seattle. It is designed to help children prepare for the death of someone they love. Safe Crossings offers a time-limited support group for children immediately following the death of a loved one.

(206) 320-4000

A group of children, of all different races, raising their hands
Eluna

(formerly The Moyer Foundation)

The mission of Eluna is to support children and families impacted by grief or addiction through its three signature programs: Camp Erin, Camp Mariposa and The Eluna Resource Center

(206) 987-2062

Grief Support Camps for Children

A group of children, of all different races, running
Camp Erin

Camp Erin helps children heal after death and is offered in 3 locations:

A black family smiling and being exceedingly happy
Camp Mariposa

Camp Mariposa is an addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth who have been impacted by substance abuse in their families, located in Everett.

A child with down-syndrome finger painting
Camp Willie

Camp Willie is a grief camp located in the Everett area that is for children in grades 2-12 .

Crisis Intervention

A young adult woman stars at her cell phone somberly
Crisis Line

Provides 24-hour phone support during periods of individual or family crisis.

Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222

Teen line: (206) 461-4922 (Only operated from 6-10pm, call Crisis Line outside of these hours)

Cancer Resources

A woman battling cancer embraces a man
Cancer Lifeline

Offers a variety of services for individuals and families who are living with cancer. Free classes, consultations, 24-hour support line, and community center are among the services provided.

24-hour support line: (206) 297-2500

Dorothy O’Brien Center: (206) 297-2100

a group of women all wearing pink with the breast cancer ribbon pinned on their shirts are hugging and smiling
Cancer Pathways

Cancer Pathways provides several support groups for individuals, families and friends living with cancer.

(206) 709-1400

Pediatric Cancer. A young girl with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) receiving chemotherapy. Pediatric, childhood, AYA.
Camp Sparkle

Camp Sparkle is a free summer day camp offered to children ages 6-12 who have been impacted by cancer that is offered through Cancer Pathways

    CONTACT
    HOURS:

    10AM – 4PM MONDAY-FRIDAY

    ADDRESS:

    6409 1/2 Roosevelt Way NE
    Seattle, WA 98115

    PHONE:

    (206) 523-1206

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