Washington Grief Center Directory

Below is a list of grief centers in Washington. 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.

Washington Grief Centers


Art With Heart

PO Box 94402
Seattle, WA 98124

Art with Heart is a nonprofit based in Seattle, WA, dedicated to supporting the emotional well-being of children adversely affected by hardship, using creativity to lead to inspired possibilities.


BRIDGES: A Center for Grieving Children

PO Box 5299
MS: 311-1-BRID
Tacoma, WA 98415
Contact: Lisa Duke

As part of the continuum of care offered by Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Center, the BRIDGES program is a family grief support center for children between the ages of 4 and 18 years who have experienced the serious illness of a family member or death of a relative or close friend.

Camp Chmepa

121 South Arthur Street
Spokane, WA 99202

Camp Chmepa is a fun, interactive experience for children ages 7-15 who are in grief. It’s intended to help children understand that they are not alone in their grief and that having fun is also part of healing.

Grief and Bereavement, EvergreenHealth

12333 NE 130th Lane
Suite Tan 450
Kickland, WA 98034

EvergreenHealth’s Hospice and Community Grief and Bereavement Services is available to provide support and education for all persons in the community who have experienced a loss through death.

Grief Place NCW Loss Support

PO Box 4564
Wenatchee, WA 98807

Grief Place N.C.W. Loss Support (formerly the Good Grief Center) provides a caring community of trained volunteers who help individual adults, children and their families reconcile their grief through activities and sharing in a safe, supportive, confidential, and affirming environment.

Grief Support at the Avery Center

1035 11th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632

The James Avery Center for Grief Support & Recovery is a safe place to find hope and healing. With personalized support for children, teens and adults, the Avery Center is open to everyone in the community – not only Longview hospice families. Anyone who has lost a loved one through an accident, violence, suicide, natural causes or military activity may participate.


PO Box 912
Auburn, WA 98071

The mission of GriefWorks is to serve as a bereavement resource providing education and support for people grieving a death or seeking to understand the grief process.

Inspire Youth Project

417 23rd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144

Inspire Youth Project provides the missing social and emotional links for at-risk youth affected by HIV/AIDS, and those who have suffered abuse, neglect and homelessness.

Our TreeHouse

P.O. Box 456
Bellingham, WA 98227

Our TreeHouse is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that has been providing grief support to children, teens and their families since 1998.

Safe Crossings Foundation

1402 3rd Avenue
Suite 1322
Seattle, WA 98101

Safe Crossings Foundation heals the hearts of grieving children who have lost a parent or sibling. By researching and funding leading-edge grief recovery programs in the Seattle and the Puget Sound region, Safe Crossings helps kids safely navigate loss, rediscover their joy, and emerge as emotionally healthy and resilient members of their families and communities.


3432 South Bay Road NE
Olympia, WA 98506

SoundCareKids is a support program for families with children who have experienced the death of a significant person in their lives. Groups meet in four six-week sessions each year.

The Healing Center

6409 1/2 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115

The Healing Center offers a safe, loving place that honors grief, helping you to move through it and heal. The Center serves adults, young adults, and children who have experienced the premature death of a spouse/partner, parent, or sibling.

The Moyer Foundation

2426 32nd Avenue NW
Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98199

Through the generosity of a giving community, The Moyer Foundation supports programs that directly serve critical needs of children in severe distress. Since its inception, The Moyer Foundation has raised millions of dollars to help support hundreds of different programs that help children in distress in a variety of ways.