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

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
Helping Gen-Z Integrate Grief
Children and Funerals
Through the Lenses of Grief
From Trauma to Transformation
Families of Seriously Ill Children
Keeping Your Glass Half Full
Defining Grief Values
Leading with Courage

Providence Hospice of Seattle: Safe Crossings Program
Connecting can be sweet
What’s in my control
Tribute Tulip Gardens
Supporting your grieving child through the COVID-19 pandemic
Move and Express to De-Stress
Flare Out Fury Dragon
Tree of Life Activity
Memory Scene
Flower Watering
Graphic Narrative: The Power of Telling a Story
Emotions in Grief
Quick Switch Emotions Chairs
Grief Galaxy: Game Board
Quiet Space
Worry Keeper
Grief Garland
Meditative Doodling
Walking in My Shoes
Chill Out Dice
My Back to School Plan
You’ll Always be a Piece of Me

Open to Hope: Helping Find Hope After Loss
Grieving the World We Lost
Trapped in Trauma
Supporting Families Through Crisis
When You Don’t Get to Say Goodbye
Cautious Grief During a Pandemic

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
CDC: Daily Life and Coping
Child Mind Institute: Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus
Crisis Connections: Mental Health Support
The Dinner Party: Support for 20-30 year olds
NAMI: Mental Health Guide in COVID-19
Seattle Public Schools: Resources for Students and Parents
Wild Grief: Guided Grief Walk
Wild Grief: Virtual Grief Walk
2-1-1: Text support resources

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

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