Caring for yourself is not selfish. The period of recovery is different for every person. There is no timetable for grief, so don’t compare yourself with others who have lost loved ones. Your life has changed and healing in your own way is important for the health of your mind, body and spirit. It’s normal for some days to be better than others. At Tippecanoe Memory Gardens , we strive to provide the resources to help you with the grief process. Please contact our staff to help guide you towards the information, support, or counseling options you may need. Many resources are available to people dealing with the loss of a loved one, ranging from anonymous online resources to grief support groups, to one-on-one counseling with a licensed therapist. The following is a list of online resources for those in grief. Please let us know if you find these helpful or if you have recommendations.
General Grief Resources
AARP Grief & Loss
Phone: 1-888-OUR-AARP (1-888-687-2277)
A collection of resources and an on-line support community.
The Center for Loss and Life Transition
Phone: (970) 226-6050
The center provides you with sound information to help you manage your feelings and emotions at this most difficult time.
An information and support resource for, and by, widows and widowers.
The Dougy Center
The first center in the United States to provide peer support groups for grieving children. They provide support and training locally, nationally and internationally to individuals and organizations seeking to assist children in grief.
Grief Resources For Parents
SHARE Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support
Provides support to those whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through early pregnancy loss, stillbirth or newborn death.