Programs and services

Grief counseling

 

Short term individual grief counseling

Grief support groups

 

Explore our six support groups offered by Children's Wisconsin and register for one or many.

Infant loss support group

An ongoing support group for parents who have experienced the death of an infant (ages 0-2 years old).

Fourth Monday of the month

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Register today or learn more


Child loss support group

An ongoing support group for parents that have experienced the death of a child (2 years old and older).

Third Monday of the month

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Register today or learn more


S.O.U.L.: Young adult support group

An ongoing support group for young adults, ages 19-29, who have experienced a death.

Third Wednesday of the month 

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Register today or learn more


Grief Haven: Children & teens support groups

For children and teens ages 5-18 and their adults/guardians. Participants engage in age-specific activities and discussions to process and express their grief while connecting with others who understand. They also receive grief education, positive strategies and lifelong tools.

In-person groups: first and third Tuesday of the month from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Virtual groups: second and fourth Tuesday of the month from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
*Minimum of 3 families required to run virtual group.  All age groups will be combined in the virtual groups.

Register today or Learn more


Grief expressions

An 8-week group for teens and adults to creatively process grief using music, photography, art and journaling

Offered multiple times during the year. Contact us by registering below.

Register today or learn more


Facebook grief resource group

This is a private Facebook group for parents and guardians of children who have died.

Join our Facebook grief support group

 

Grief programs

 

Workshops

Throughout the year, workshops are offered for both adults and children. These workshops can help families and individuals understand the grief process, manage the effects of grief, and offer support during the healing process.

These include:

  • Memory making workshop
  • Grieving through the holidays
  • Special event workshops

Contact us to learn more


Text for hope program

The text for hope program sends a grief-related text to the participant's smart phone, once a week, for a year. The texts consist of quotes, practical tips or resources to support the bereaved during their grief journey.

Register to receive texts today

Grief camps

Day Camps for Children/Teens

Day camps designed for children/teens who are grieving a death. This is a chance for children/ teens to share similar experiences, explore feelings and learn coping skills in a group setting, as well as have fun participating in camp activities.

Camp Oak Leaf

Camp Oak Leaf is for families who have experienced the death of a child. All family members, infant through adult, are invited to attend. Camp Oak Leaf provides a balance of fun activities (sports, games, art, etc.) with grief education and projects that are age appropriate for each member of the family.

Community partner program

 

 

Infant/Child Loss Support Group Menasha/Fox Valley

An ongoing support group for parents who have experienced the death of a child (ages 0-18 years old). The group is held at the Center for Grieving Children in Menasha.

Second and/or fourth Tuesdays of the month
(except during June, July and August)

Center for Grieving Children Menasha/Fox Valley

For children/teens ages 3-18. Provides age specific groups to support the whole family. Children/teens participate in activities that encourage discussion and the expression of
their grief.

Tuesday evenings


For any specific questions or to learn more about this program and resources, please call: (920) 750-5839 or email: ehollister@bgclubfoxvalley.org.