Grief Support Guide
We are sincerely sorry for your loss. We recognize the profound impact the death of a child has on families and the community. Each person has their own way of coping with grief. Parents, family members and caregivers who lose a child to illness or injury may respond to many different types of support.
This app is designed to help you navigate grief resources, as well as offer a secure space to journal throughout your grief journey.
Access helpful resources
The Bereavement team at Riley Children's Health has created personalized resources for grieving parents, siblings and those who want to support a grieving person.Access grief resources as a guest
Journaling can be a helpful and healthy way to express your emotions in a private setting. By creating an account, you have access to use our journaling feature where you can choose your own writing topic or use one of our prompts to help you start.Create an account to start journaling
Release memory lanterns
Sky lanterns have been used in many cultures to honor loved ones. This feature allows you to write a note and release an animated sky lantern for your loved one.Create an account to release a memory lantern
Add memories to your hope chest
Many grieving parents and siblings worry they will forget special memories of their loved one(s). The hope chest feature can be used to store special memories, dreams, pictures, videos and more.Create an account to add memories