Services

Resources for all types of loss and grief

Help prevent suicide

If an individual has suicidal thoughts, the first step is to contact his/her therapist, mental health provider, or a psychiatrist. This professional is technically the first responder; however, if they are not available in a time of need, do not wait to get them help.

Help prevent suicide

If an individual has suicidal thoughts, the first step is to contact his/her therapist, mental health provider, or a psychiatrist. This professional is technically the first responder; however, if they are not available in a time of need, do not wait to get them help.

Get help along your journey

Visit our resources page for a list of nonprofits that can help you along your journey with grief.

Support Groups

Wake Forest Survivors of Suicide Loss Group

Loss and grief touch each and every one of us at some points in our lives, the Wake Forest Survivors of Suicide Loss group focuses on adults that have experienced the loss of a child, spouse, parents, or someone close from suicide.

North Raleigh Adult Grief Group

Whether it is the loss of a partner or parent, there are many different ways to express grief around the death of a loved one. The North Raleigh Adult Grief Group facilitates grief for any type of loss: health issues, accidental death, or suicide.

Bereaved Parents of Wake Forest and Youngsville Group

When we experience death, we often do not acknowledge the grief that accompanies our lives. At the Bereaved Parents of Wake Forest and Youngsville, the group meets to share their grief as parents and caregivers.

Do you have a child dealing with grief?

The Cameron’s Kids Grief Group (ages 6-12) and Save the Teens Grief Group (ages 12-17) are two seperate groups available to help facilitate the loss of a family member when dealing with grief as a child. The groups are held when 4-6 individuals express interest.

Support Groups

Wake Forest Survivors of Suicide Loss Group

Loss and grief touch each and every one of us at some points in our lives, the Wake Forest Survivors of Suicide Loss group focuses on adults that have experienced the loss of a child, spouse, parents, or someone close from suicide.

North Raleigh Adult Grief Group

Whether it is the loss of a partner or parent, there are many different ways to express grief around the death of a loved one. The North Raleigh Adult Grief Group facilitates grief for any type of loss: health issues, accidental death, or suicide.

Bereaved Parents of Wake Forest and Youngsville Group

When we experience death, we often do not acknowledge the grief that accompanies our lives. At the Bereaved Parents of Wake Forest and Youngsville, the group meets to share their grief as parents and caregivers.

Do you have a child dealing with grief?

The Cameron’s Kids Grief Group (ages 6-12) and Save the Teens Grief Group (ages 12-17) are two seperate groups available to help facilitate the loss of a family member when dealing with grief as a child. The groups are held when 4-6 individuals express interest.

Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Contact Us

Location
The Shore Grief Center
12509 Shallowford Dr.
Raleigh NC 27614

Phone
(828) 384-8889

Email
info@theshoregriefcenter.org
Tony@theshoregriefcenter.org