The Grief Club of Minnesota provides a place where grieving children, teens and families find connections, share their experiences and heal.
To be a safe haven of support, compassion, education and hope, providing services by licensed mental health experts at no cost to participants so that children, teens and families navigate grief in healthy ways.
It is imperative that every bereaved child, teen and their family, from every culture and social circumstance have access to comprehensive, grief focused, trauma-informed, whole family, compassionate care.
The Grief Club knows that investing in these vulnerable children and teens will help them build resilience and coping skills needed to adjust to a death and handle future challenges and in turn make contributions to building a healthier and safer society.
Who we are:
Co-founders, Cara and Sarah are licensed mental health counselors and have a combined 40+ years of experience working in the field of death, dying and bereavement, with a special focus on kids grief. They have counseled thousands of grieving children, teens, young adults and families. Cara and Sarah have written and published numerous grief support curriculums, books, memory journals and have spoken locally and nationally on the topic of childhood bereavement.
The Board of Directors of The Grief Club of Minnesota are a group of skilled, talented and committed individuals who are deeply dedicated to the mission and vision.