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Grief and Loss ResourcesDeath from a Child's Point of View (The Christi Center)Grieving Children at School (The Christi Center)Talking with Children about Death (The Christi Center)Six Reconciliation Needs of Mourning Children (Adapted from Healing the Bereaved Child, by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D - Mourning Hope Grief Center)The Christi Center (www.christicenter.org)The Christi Center helps build wellbeing by offering people who have experienced the death of a loved one the opportunity to connect with others. When grief is not endured in isolation or ignored, our community is stronger, and helps our clients weather all of life’s storms. We offer support groups where people connect and find a safe space to explore the emotions that are part of the grief process, activities to help maintain a healthy relationship with the deceased, and community education so that we are all better equipped to help the grieving people in our lives. Understanding that grief does not have a cure, but requires ongoing maintenance, our services are available for however long they are needed, and are always free of charge. We serve children, teens, and adults, supporting people at all stages of the life cycle, in order to build a healthier culture around death and grief.Wonders and Worries (www.wondersandworries.org)Wonders & Worries provides free professional support for children and teenagers during a parent’s serious illness. Experts provide the foundation children and teenagers need to reach their full potential even though their parent is ill. Through individual and group therapy sessions, kids and teens learn about illness and build coping and communication skills.