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Bereavement Resources

If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, it's important to find the support and resources you will need to help you heal and rebuild your life. It's also crucial to ensure that the resources that are recommended to you are trusted and helpful. This can feel overwhelming if you are trying to search for these on your own.

We have compiled a list of bereavement resources that have been used and recommended by other first responders and their loved ones who have suffered a loss. If you have a recommendation of a resource that you would like to share, please email us at to let us know about it. We would love to hear from you.


Texas Resources

Family Resources

Talking to and Supporting Children During a Pandemic

Supporting Children and Teens When a Loved One is Dying in a Hospital or Care Facility

When Your world is Already Turned Upside Down: Supporting Grieving Children and Teens Through the Covid-19 Crisis

Starting Conversations About Death and Grief

Four Concepts of Death for Children to Understand

Offering Support to a Child After a Death [PDF]

Grief Support for Suicide Loss Survivors

Work Resources Coping with the Death of a Coworker [PDF]

Anticipatory Grief and Anxiety for Employees [PDF] Coping with the Death of an Employee [PDF]

Anticipatory Grief and Anxiety for Managers [PDF]

Grief and Loss at Work – Supporting Employees [PDF] Understanding Grief for Helping Professionals [PDF]

Student Resources

Coalition to Support Grieving Students

Impact of Grief on Learning

Secondary and Cumulative Losses

What Not to Say to Someone who is Grieving

General Resources

Grief Reactions [PDF]

Offering Support After a Death [PDF] Living with Grief and Loss Webcast

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