Colorado Grief Center Directory

Below is a list of grief centers in Colorado. To see listings in other states, return to the Grief Center Directory.
For help with making important decisions regarding grief and bereavement centers, visit Choosing a Grief Center.

Colorado Grief Centers

 

Camp Comfort

303-674-6400
3081 Bergen Peak Drive
Evergreen, CO 80439
www.mtevans.org

Camp Comfort offers children a supportive environment where they can gain an understanding of grief and loss. Children learn ways to cope with their grief through workshops and activities, building skills that will help them now and throughout their lives. More than 1,200 children have attended Camp Comfort since its inception in 1995.

 

Center for Loss & Life Transition

970-226-6050
3735 Broken Bow Road
Fort Collins, CO 80526
www.centerforloss.com

Dr. Alan Wolfelt founded the Center for Loss more than 20 years ago to compassionately support both mourners, by walking with them in their unique life journeys, and professional and lay caregivers, by serving as an educational resource and professional forum.


Children’s Grief Education Association

832-576-2526
2379 S High Street
Denver, CO 80210
www.childgrief.org

The CGEA is dedicated to serving the needs of grieving children and families and to providing education and support to those who serve them.

Judi’s House

720-941-0331
1741 Gaylord Street
Denver, CO 80206
www.judishouse.org

Judi’s House is the only free-standing organization in the Metro Denver area devoted solely to supporting grieving children and their families. Since 2002, Judi’s House has supported more than 7,000 youth, ages 3-25, and their caregivers.


Outward Bound for Grieving Teens

866-467-7651
910 Jackson Street
Suite 140
Golden, CO 80401
www.outwardbound.org

Grieving Teens and Young Adults expeditions are often the very inexplicable thing that a young person in pain may need most. Intended to provide respectful healing experiences in a wilderness environment, these courses implement personal growth methodologies and a simple support model that honors the griever.