Community Resources

As our community is faced with an undoubtedly difficult time, Safe Crossings Foundation wants you to know that we are here for you. The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought much anxiety and uncertainty to our everyday lives. Social distancing can be a struggle for some, especially children who do not always know what is going on around them; we encourage our community to reach out to friends and loved ones. When we can’t give a hug, make a call, send a text, write a card, let others know that they are not alone.

If you are in need of grief support or other services, take a look at our list of resources below and feel free to reach out to us at info@safecrossingsfoundation.org

Click HERE for a list of available programs in the greater Puget Sound Area.

Additional Resources:

National Alliance for Grieving Children: Responding to Change and Loss
Recorded webinars:
COVID-19 Tele-Therapy
Reducing Anxiety
Keep Calm
Expanding Our Outreach
Parenting Teenagers During COVID-19

Child Mind Institute: Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty
Art With Heart: Make Your Emotions Move
Art With Heart: Emotions and Art Activity
Providence Hospice of Seattle: Supporting your grieving child through the COVID-19 pandemic
Providence Hospice of Seattle: Connecting can be sweet
Providence Hospice of Seattle: What’s in my control
Providence Hospice of Seattle: Tribute Tulip Gardens
Providence Hospice of Seattle: Move and Express to De-Stress

For official information on the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the CDC website HERE or the Washington State Department of Health HERE