Resources for More Information: Grief and Loss

Author: Christina Bach, MBE, LCSW, OSW-C, FAOSW
Content Contributor: Jordan Kotler, MSW, LSW and Joslyn Trovati, MSW, LSW
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The Internet can be a valuable resource for a patient who wants to find out more information about their disease. However, remember that not every website contains accurate and reliable information. The websites listed below offer helpful information and resources.

Good Grief is a comprehensive grief website that offers psychoeducation on grief, recommendations for books about grief, videos, tip sheets, and more. They are currently developing a COVID-specific set of grief resources.

Hospice Foundation of America Here you will find a collection of helpful articles on all kinds of grief people can experience.

Open to Hope Open to Hope is a non-profit with the mission of helping people find hope after loss. This website provides articles, book lists, a podcast, 

What’s Your Grief? What's Your Grief is another comprehensive grief website aimed at supporting people in practical, specific, thoughtful, and relatable ways. It has a growing library of over 250 articles addressing all aspects of grief, bereavement, and coping. Grievers and grief support professionals may also purchase print grief resources in the online store.

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Offers comprehensive end-of-life, advance care planning education and resources as well as grief and loss resources.

The Center for Loss and Bereavement Provides telehealth and in-person grief support in the Philadelphia area but also has excellent resources available free of charge focused on grief, loss, and bereavement.

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