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Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance | www.Colo-OvarianCancer.org

1777 S. Bellaire Street, Suite 170 | Denver, Colorado 80222

303-506-7014  |  1-800-428-0642

Grief Support

The Heartlight Center

11150 E. Dartmouth Avenue, Denver, CO  80014 

720.748.9908  

info@heartlightcenter.org

“HeartLight Center provides affordable grief support and education for adults in our community who are experiencing the pain and sorrow following the death of a loved one. Offered in group sessions, our work provides participants with the community and insight to gain the strength and peace they need to effectively move forward with their lives.”

https://www.heartlightcenter.org/

Open to Hope

“Open to Hope Foundation® is a non-profit foundation with the mission of helping people find hope after loss. We invite you to read, listen and share your stories of hope and compassion. We have helped over 2,000,000 people in 26 Countries find hope after the death of a loved one.”
https://www.opentohope.com/

 

National Widowers Association

“The National Widowers’ Organization is a virtual toolkit for men coping with the loss of a loved one, a place where men can meet others going through the same transition… As new and continuing research shows, there’s one loss that men could use a little help from their friends to cope with. That’s the loss of a spouse or a lover or a parent or a child or a lifelong friend… Those of us who have been where you now may find yourself (or lost yourself), after losing the love of your life, have gained a little information, have put together a kit of coping tools that belong in your garage right about now.”

https://nationalwidowers.org/

 

Judi’s House - for grieving children

1741 Gaylord St., Denver CO, 80206

720.941.0331  

“The mission of Judi’s House is to help children and families grieving a death find connection and healing. Our vision is that no child should be alone in grief. Since 2002, Judi’s House has supported more than 7,000 youth, ages 3-25, and their caregivers, toward our vision that no child should be alone in grief. We believe that investing in these vulnerable children will help them build resilience and the coping skills they need to adjust to their loss, and handle future challenges.”

https://www.judishouse.org/

 

Camp Comfort – for grieving children

“Camp Comfort is a weekend camp offered twice each summer by Mt. Evans Home Health & Hospice to address the special needs of grieving children ages 6 to 12.”
http://www.mtevans.org/camp-comfort/about-camp-comfort/

COCA honors losses in our community:

http://www.colo-ovariancancer.org/remembering/remembering.html