Imagine provides free, year-round grief support for children, families, and communities.
Imagine is completely privately funded through the generosity of our donors, and our work is only made possible through their support. If you would like to help, please donate today.
What can I expect at Imagine?
At Imagine we believe that no child should have to grieve alone. You will find a community of caring people who together create a safe, hospitable, clinically sound environment for mutual support, healing and growth.
Imagine offers peer grief support services to youth age 3-18 and young adults 18-30. Concurrent support groups are provided for parents, guardians and other adults.
Get a glimpse of the Imagine experience:
Our Blog: How do we grieve?
When we lose someone or something we love or value we grieve. Grief is a natural response to any type of loss. The key to how well we do after a loss is called mourning. And that’s why Imagine exists. To provide a place to mourn together in a safe supportive environment.
Often, it helps to see how others approach grieving. Our blog shares perspectives on grieving.
How to Write a Condolence Card to a Child or Teen
It's important for a child to have someone to help them during this tough time. A common way of doing this is writing a condolence note, however, this needs to be done carefully and thoughtfully in order to provide intended support without upsetting the child.