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Safely Home Grief Support Group Safely Home is a safe haven where bereaved grief stricken people come together to help each other walk with God through the journey of Grief. You never Walk alone. Offers care and compassion, for we too have and or walking the journey of grief. Phone 510- 471-6545.

The Alcove Center For Grieving Children & Families The Alcove's mission is to provide a safe place where children and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one can receive comfort and support through the healing process. A non-profit bereavement center.

Twinless Twins Support Group Twinless Twins serves in support of twins (and all multiple births) who suffer from the loss of companionship of their twin through death, estrangement or in-utero loss.

Grief Support Network A Kansas City, MO based group that helps those in the community find the support group that best fits their trauma. Our service is free of charge and most support groups are as well.

TAPS This is an organization committed to caring for all those affected by a death of a loved one in the armed forces. Whether you are a parent, sibling, spouse, significant other, friend, cousin, or co-worker of a military casualty, you can find special friendships and comfort at a TAPS Support Group meeting. It is here that Survivors share stories of their loved ones, the experience of the loss, life since the death and issues in dealing with sudden traumatic loss. Survivors also share with each other funny stories, good days (and bad), triumphs, special projects and activities they have developed to rebuild their lives, honor their loved one and move forward. Finally, at a TAPS Support Group meeting, those suffering from a traumatic loss of a loved one will find caring and understanding hearts who can provide comfort, hope, and plenty of hugs. Grief can be isolating. Coming together with other survivors provides the connections and support that help you know you are not alone.

For more information about local support groups, contact info@taps.org.

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