Teen Resources

Though experiencing a death can be a life-changing event for anyone, adolescence is a crucial period of development. Grieving teens have unique challenges as they grieve the loss of a family member or friend.  Here are some resources to explore for teens.

  • Teenage Grief Sucks. 
    A teen-run website that’s opening up conversations about grief. Read candid stories written by teens and share your own.
  • HEART Play for Young Adults
    A great way to get to know other late high school & college-aged individuals from MA.  Find a space to acknowledge the challenges of graduation, leaving home after a loss, meeting new people, and more.
  • The Dinner Party
    Young adults in nearly 100 cities & towns around the world are meeting up for dinner! Find a community of other emerging adults who have experienced a past loss and meet up for pot-lucks and great conversations.
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How can we help?

The Children’s Room is here when you are ready to learn more about our free-to-all grief support services for children and their families.