Courageous Kids provides a safe, confidential environment designed to normalize feelings and help children and teens express and process their grief.

We offer weekly support groups at our office (and in schools as our time allows), an annual summer camp and a Teen Theater Troupe.

Courageous Kids offers weekly grief support meetings for children and teens age 6-18. Age-appropriate activities include art, drama, discussion, commemorative activities. Participants are welcome to attend support groups as long as it continues to be helpful for them. Support groups are also available for parents and guardians.

Upon request and as our time allows, we also conduct support groups in area schools. Feel free to contact your school counselor.

Courageous Kids Camp is a four-day event that takes place each summer. Camp activities include art, drama, music, storytelling, challenge activities, swimming, play activities and campfire.

The Teen Theater Troupe starts every fall with a retreat at the coast. Teens who have had someone close to them die and have gone through one of our programs, use their own grief journeys and, with the help of a drama coach, design their own play. After a few practices they gather their courage and begin monthly performances in local schools, where they touch hundreds of other youth.