Grief Support

Don’t grieve the death of someone in your life alone. 

Anyone grieving the death of someone in their life due to any cause (cancer, other illness, accident, suicide or otherwise) is welcome to take part in our grief support program.  

At Gilda’s Club, we’re in this together. We “get” it. Our program opportunities offer a safe place for structured and unstructured for sharing and community. It meets you where you are, when you need it, the way that works best for you. We also offer specialized, age-developmentally appropriate programing for youth (Noogieland Plus for five and under, elementary, tween and teens), family and friends, young adult, spouse with children at home and the death of a child. 

Learn more about the programs offered through Gilda’s Club

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Virtual Clubhouse & Archive
Gilda’s Club offers a variety of in-person, virtual and hybrid programs so you can engage in the way that’s most comfortable for you.
Resources & FAQ
Community resource links and answers to common questions.
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Learn how to get plugged in to Gilda’s support.

Grief Support Groups Include: 

  • African Americans Living with Grief Support  A monthly support group for African Americans who have experienced a death of someone in their life.
  • Grief Support  A weekly support group for adults who have experienced a death of someone in their life and are within the first two years of bereavement.
  • Kids Grief Support  A weekly support group for elementary age youth who have experienced the death of someone in their life.
  • Men’s Grief Support  A monthly support group for men who have experienced a death of someone in their life.
  • Parent Grief Support  A weekly support group for parents who have experienced the death of a child and are within the first two years of bereavement.
  • Perinatal Grief Support  A monthly support group for adults who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant death. This group is a time of connecting with others who share similar experiences and normalizing the experience of grief.
  • Next Steps Grief Support  A bimonthly support group for adults who are two years or more beyond the death of someone in their life and whose focus is on learning long term skills to live with grief.
  • Spouse Grief Support  A bimonthly support group for adults who have experienced the death of a spouse and are within the first two years of bereavement.
  • Spouse Grief with Children at Home Support  A weekly support group for adults who have experienced the death of a spouse, have school-aged children living at home and are within the first two years of bereavement.
  • Teen & Tween Grief Support  A weekly support group for teens in high school and tweens in middle school who have experienced the death of someone in their life due to any cause.
  • Young Adult Grief Support  A weekly support group for those who are post high school to age 35 and have experienced a death of someone in their life and are within the first two years of bereavement.