GriefNet.org is an Internet community of persons
dealing with grief, death, and major loss.
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We have over
50 e-mail grief support groups and two web sites. Our integrated approach to on-line
grief support provides help to people working through loss and grief issues of many kinds.
Click this link: Adult Support Groups
to join one of our adults email grief support groups.
Our companion site,
KIDSAID.com, provides a safe environment for grieving kids and their parents to
find information and ask questions. Click this link: KIDSAID.com
to join one of our kids email grief support groups.
GriefNet is directed by
Cendra (ken'dra) Lynn, Ph.D.,
a clinical psychologist and certified traumatologist who works in Ann Arbor, Michigan,
USA. Supported by a dedicated team of volunteers, and by the generous donations of its
users, GriefNet and KIDSAID are operated as non-profit corporations under the name
Rivendell Resources, Inc. GriefNet and KIDSAID are independent organizations,
affiliated only with Virtual Memorials, www.virtual-memorials.com.
Our hearts go out to all who lost loved ones in the Oklahoma tornado, Monday.
Hundreds of people lost everything when one of the most destructive tornadoes in history cut
through the towns of Newcastle and Moore, Okla. Homes, schools, and businesses were leveled,
and dozens lost their lives. The Salvation Army is organizing mobile kitchens capable of
serving 2,500 people a day and sending them into the hardest-hit areas in central Oklahoma.
You can make a donation here.
The American Red Cross has set up shelters in communities across The Plains. You can donate to
the Red Cross Disaster relief fund here.
If you're searching for a missing friend or relative or are within the disaster region and want to let
folks know you're OK, visit the Red Cross Safe and Well site here.