Center for Good Grief
The NEA Baptist Center for Good Grief provides free grief counseling, seminars and support for those who have lost a loved one.
Our mission is to provide a safe environment for children, teens and adults to explore and express their feelings related to the death of a loved one and learn to thrive in a world without that special person.
As the first comprehensive bereavement center for children, adolescents and adults in the region, the Center for Good Grief provides support for individuals who are grieving the death of a loved one. Participants are allowed to share their experiences with others as they move through the healing process in a therapeutic environment.
All of our services are free of charge
- Individual Support
Individual grief counseling sessions offer our patients the opportunity to explore their grief through art, play, therapy, journaling and other expressive therapies. Our one-on-one support sessions focus on understanding grief and its impact, while learning healthy ways to cope and mourn loss.
- Specialized Grief Groups
We offer support groups throughout the year for children, teens and adults.
Camp Good Grief is offered to children ages 6-12 who have lost a loved one in the past two years. Teen Camp Good Grief is available for teens ages 13-17.
- Kaleidoscope Series
The Kaleidoscope Series is a series of workshops that focus on different types of loss and their associated grief. Topics range from coping with the death of a child, parenting while grieving and coping with grief during the holidays.
The Center for Good Grief is funded through the foundation, memorials, honorariums and generous gifts from the community and NEA Baptist employees.