We connect people needing support, in an online group setting, guided by professional and compassionate facilitators.
“We are collectively going through great loss in many forms. We are forced to find ways to live differently, ways to cope. We are brave. We are resilient. We support each other.” - Trudy James
Grief Comes in Many Forms
Grief is a built-in, natural response to loss. It is universal and it manifests itself in unique ways for each person. What is the same for everyone is that grief doesn’t just “go away.” It may go underground, but it wants and needs to be acknowledged.
Our team recognizes the needs of our vulnerable immigrant and BIPOC communities (Black, Indigenous, and people of color). We are actively recruiting facilitators with the cultural competence and language skills that will be required to develop the right kind of supportive services for the greatest number of people. If you have an ethnocultural group in mind that is not represented in our current offering, please contact us at support@PNWGrief.com to let us know.
Featured Support Groups
Important Information and Disclaimers
Grief Education versus Clinical Mental Health
PNW Grief provides online grief education, in a group setting, delivered by trained and qualified facilitators. The groups featured on this website are not an acceptable substitute for clinical mental health services, particularly for survivors of traumatic or violent death (i.e. suicide, homicide, or accidental death). Please contact your primary care physician for more information and questions.
The Individual Support section of our website offers a listing of clinical mental health resources that may or may not be covered by health insurance. PNW Grief provides information on providers who can deliver clinical therapy via remote technology solutions. PNW Grief and its sponsors are not liable for the services provided by private practitioners. The information provided is for educational purposes only.
Group Norms and Expectations
All group participants and facilitators agree to a common Code of Ethics that serves to make each grief education experience both useful and safe. The Code of Ethics addresses expectations related to safety, confidentiality, participation, listening, and tolerance.
PNW Grief does not sell nor share personal data with third parties. PNW Grief does not sell products and does not seek out nor accept third-party referrals fees.