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Alive Alone

A self-help network for bereaved parents whose only child or all children are deceased.
http://www.alivealone.org/

Angel Wings Memory Gowns

Complimentary burial gowns for babies and toddlers. Ministering and providing grief support to families after the loss of their child.
http://www.angelwingsmemorygowns.org/

Bereaved Parents of the USA

Helping parents and families rebuild their lives following the death of a child.
http://bereavedparentsusa.org/

Center for Complicated Grief

Raising awareness of complicated grief.
http://complicatedgrief.org/

Centre for the Grief Journey

Assisting and supporting people in a grieving process after a significant loss and providing meaningful resources and helps.
http://www.griefjourney.com/wp/

Common Ground Grief Center

A center for grieving children, teen, young adults, and their families.
http://www.commongroundgriefcenter.org/

The Compassionate Friends

Supporting family after a child dies.
http://www.compassionatefriends.org/home.aspx

The Grief Toolbox

Tools to help parents through the grief journey
http://thegrieftoolbox.com/

HealGrief.org

Providing community, support, and connections
http://healgrief.org/

Help Guide

Coping with grief and loss; understanding the grief process.
http://www.helpguide.org/home-pages/grief-loss.htm

How to Help a Bereaved Parent

Tips on knowing the right and wrong things to say or do when trying to help
http://m.wikihow.com/Help-a-Bereaved-Parent

Living With Loss and Bereavement Publications

Hope and healing for the body, mind, and spirit
http://www.bereavementmag.com/

National Alliance for Grieving Children

The National Alliance for Grieving Children promotes awareness of the needs of children and teens grieving a death and provides education and resources for anyone who wants to support them.
https://childrengrieve.org/

Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network

TSPN is a grass-roots association which includes counselors, mental health professionals, physicians, clergy, journalists, social workers, and law enforcement personnel, as well as survivors of suicide and suicide attempts.
http://tspn.org/