Survivors

Art with Heart

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Art with Heart has been using the healing power of creative expression to support kids and youth. Their therapeutic, art-based curriculum and books are a proven path to transforming pain into possibility. There are resources online for self-guided activities, webinars,…

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Be Brave Little One

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Survivor Recommended –  This book touches on feelings and courage.  It offers encouragement, celebrates the power of courage in every child, and affirms how bravery can show up in different ways—recommended for ages birth to  5 years.  

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Camp Life USA

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LifeCamp brings support, inner strength, and purposeful direction to the lives of young men who have lost a father due to US military or law enforcement service. 2023 Camp Locations Wisconsin | Colorado | South Dakota | Alaska | Montana

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Folds of Honor- Scholarship

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We’re humbled by the eagerness of spouses and children to honor their first responder by working hard toward educational goals. We pledge to stand in the gap financially as you take the next step in your education.

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Forever my Daddy, Always a Hero

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Survivor recommended- This selection is written specifically for children who have lost a parent in the line of duty.  This colorful story explains how much their parent loves them, always will, and will be looking down on them, sending signs…

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Wild Grief | Grieving in Nature – Wilderness Hikes in the Pacific Northwest

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Wild Grief merges peer support with the healing power of nature. Their website also offers guidance to have a solo grief walk. There are virtual resources and in-person hikes.

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Camp Erin King County

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A weekend camp for children and teens who’ve lost a loved one.

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Camp Erin National

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Camp Erin is the largest national bereavement program for youth grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens ages 6-17 attend a transformational weekend camp that combines traditional, fun camp activities with grief education and…

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Camp Erin Pierce + Mary Bridge Support

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Camp Erin Tacoma is a free, weekend bereavement camp for youth who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives.  Children and teens ages 6 to 17 attend a weekend camp experience that combines grief education and emotional…

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Camp Erin Snohomish

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A weekend camp for children and teens who’ve lost a loved one.

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