School-Based Grief Support Groups

Hult Center for Healthy Living’s School-Based Grief Support Group resources are designed to empower mental health professionals with skills and tools to provide grief support in a school setting. This resource page is continuously updated so please check back for more information and resources.

For additional information and individualized training please contact our team.

The following trainings are available on the Virtual E-Learning platform.
Please click on each link to gain access:

Worden’s 4 Tasks of Mourning
Wolfelt’s 6 Needs of Mourning
5 Stages of Grief

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Counseling Resources for Children and Adults

Call Heart of Illinois 2-1-1 or UnityPoint Health – UnityPlace

Children’s Counseling Resouces – PDF

Cancer Support for Youth:

Camp Kesem– A nation-wide camp for children ages 6-18 who have lost a loved one to cancer, have a parent undergoing cancer treatment, or whose parent is a cancer survivor.

Helping Children Who Have Lost a Loved One to Cancer – PDF by CancerCare

KidsKonnected– A local support group for kids and teens that meets under the leadership of professionals to provide support, friendship, and education to children and teens whose parents, grandparents, or caregivers have or had cancer.

Suicide Prevention:

Depression & Anxiety Brochure

Preventing Suicide: A Toolkit for High Schools | SAMHSA Publications and Digital Products

Funds for this project were supported entirely by funds from the R3: Restore, Reinvest, Renew funds in partnership with Peoria Public Schools. To learn more about the R3 Grant Funding please click here.