Children who have experienced the death of a loved one have a different set of needs from adults. Many must navigate a range of emotions, including fear, anxiety, and insecurity before they are emotionally mature enough to process their loss. In response to their special needs, New Hope was designed for children who are coping with an expected or unexpected loss.
New Hope Counselors provide grief education and support to children and their families through a variety of workshops, support groups, individual discussions, and a summer camp – Camp New Hope.
Our grief support for children is widely accessible through school support groups or within community organizations. These programs help children process and grow with their grief and find new hope.
A four-day summer day camp for children and teens, ages 6-17, who are coping with the loss of a loved one.