A joint initiative of Bereaved Families of Ontario – Midwestern Region (BFO-MR) and Hummingbird Centre for Hope (HCH)
Good Grief is a six-week program focused on helping teens understand and cope with grief after a death. Facilitated by a Registered Social Worker (MSW) and a peer support professional, this group will offer a safe and supportive atmosphere in which teens can work through their feelings and share their experiences with a group of peers.
Good Grief is a peer support group for teens offered as a joint initiative by Bereaved Families of Ontario – Midwestern Region (BFO-MR) and Hummingbird Centre for Hope (HCH). BFO-MR and HCH are peer-to-peer support organizations. We do not provide medical or professional psychological advice.
Once you submit the registration form, we will contact you to set up an intake.
The purpose of the intake is to gather any additional information needed in order for the facilitators to assess whether the group is appropriate and so they have a complete understanding of the dynamic in the group. The intake process also allows us to address any comments, questions or issues that you or the teen(s) may have before participating in the group.