Helpful Resources

The following is a list of resources to help you find life’s light.
We are not affiliated with any of these organizations nor endorse them.
All resources are used at your own risk and reward.

Alliance of Hope – “We help people survive suicide loss, and go beyond ‘just surviving,’ to lead meaningful and productive lives.”

The BeliEve Foundation – “Helps grieving families in Minnesota facing hardship after the death of their child by providing immediate and practical financial assistance and partnering with other organizations to offer ongoing emotional support and healing.”

Brighter Days Grief Center – “A special place of HOPE and healing for Minnesota children, adults, and families.”

Does The Dog Die? – “Crowdsourced emotional spoilers for movies, tv, books and more.” Find out if a movie, tv or book may trigger during the grieving process.

The Grief Club of Minnesota – “A safe haven of support, compassion, education and hope. We provide services by licensed mental health counselors at no cost so that families can navigate grief in healthy ways.”

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Halos of the St. Croix Valley – “Provides emotional and financial support to bereaved parents who have lost a child from miscarriage through age 20 and reside in Minnesota or Wisconsin.”

Healing Conversations – “Healing conversations gives survivors of suicide loss the opportunity to speak with volunteers, who are themselves loss survivors.”

Jay Deutsch – Self Love and Mindset Coach “I help single and widowed parents move from grief to happiness.”

Our Side of Suicide – “We are survivors sharing our stories and do our best to explain what has worked for us.”

Peggy Green – The Grief Specialist “I help mothers move through grief caused by child suicide to healing in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health.”

Robert Holden – Loveability and the Happiness Program. Learn to live life with love and happiness.

Yoga With Adriene – “Yoga offers up a way for us to see a world that is working for you instead of against you.”

Experiencing a Mental Health Crisis?

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If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis:
Call 911 for emergency services
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 988 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to talk to a trained phone counselor 24/7
Online and chat help: 988 Lifeline
Crisis Text Line: Text MN to 741741 to chat with a trained crisis counselor 24/7