Links & Resources
The Bereavement Center of Westchester
Mission statement: We believe that grief is a personal journey and that each person deserves the opportunity to grieve in a supportive, accepting environment. Our mission is to create a safe and caring environment where both adult and child receive the special attention and support needed to move through the pain of grief toward hope and healing.
Caregiver Access was created by Christine Sotmary, who is the first Professional Caregiver Advocate ever. After caring for her husband for 8 years during his early-onset Alzheimer's disease she realized how little support families get during tough times. For the last three years she has been creating programs all over Westchester, NY, designed to make the lives of Family Caregivers easier. Her dream is to one day train Professional Caregiver Advocates all over the country to help Family and Informal Caregivers link to programs and their communities. For more information, links, and support, click here.
Door of Hope 4 Teens
This is a non-profit organization for young women and teens who struggle with self-injury. We provide free emotional support, resources and referrals.
The Dougy Center - The National Center for Grieving Children and Families
The mission of The Dougy Center is to provide support in a safe place where children, teens, young adults and their families grieving a death can share their experiences.
How Losing A Sibling Really Affects You
An article written by Sarah Davis from her own sibling loss, and surveyed 45 others who have lost siblings. Sarah shares the website with her mother, who shares her experiences of child loss.
This website was created for those who have lost a sibling to suicide. Find many resources and connections specific to this type of sibling loss.