Discovering Good Grief - An Awareness Event 6/19/19
No child should have to grieve alone. Come and discover how Good Grief of Northwest Ohio is serving our community.Read More
Open House Dates
Curious about Good Grief's Peer Support Groups?Read More
Coping with Grief on Valentines Day
We made it through December and January...Read More
Good Grief of NW Ohio Welcome Kelsey Crowe, PhD - Feburary 1st!
Empathy in Times of Suffering presented by Dr. Kelsey Crowe
Good Grief of Northwest Ohio Welcomes Dr. Kelsey Crowe! Please join us for her Empathy in Times of Suffering workshop on February 1, 2019.Read More
Why the Five Stages of Grief Are Wrong
There is no formula for grieving.Read More
Getting Through The Holidays
The holiday season can be especially stressful for those who are grieving. This might help.Read More
Thank You to our Community Breakfast Guests!
On November 15th, the community came together to show support for Good Grief's work with grieving children, teens, and families, and to learn more about the issues surrounding childhood grief.Read More
I'm (not) fine.
Usually when someone asks, “How are you?” I respond instinctively with an, “I’m fine, thank you.” The problem is, fine isn’t a feeling. At best, it’s a nondescript, neutral state of existence. And “I’m good” isn’t much better.
Volunteer Facilitator Training - December, 2018
Please consider becoming a Good Grief Volunteer.