Other Resources

In addition to the many services that GrieveWell offers, there are multiple local and national support services you can count on. Below, you’ll find grief support options for individuals, families, and children.

Other Resources

There are many helpful websites and web based communities for understanding and exploring grief:

Local Resources

Arbor Hospice

(800) 997-9266 

Support groups and workshops on grief and loss for all of SE Michigan

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Bereavement Services

Ann Arbor: 734-712-3800, (844) 237-3627 or Livingston: (517) 540-6368

Bereavement counseling (individual, group, and phone)

Cancer Support Community, Ann Arbor

2010 Hogback Road, Suite 3 Ann Arbor, MI 48105

(734) 975-2500

Support groups for those who have lost a loved one to cancer

New Hope Center for Grief Support

133 W Main Street, Northville, MI  49167

(248) 348-0115

Support groups and workshops for all types of losses both in-person and virtual

Good Mourning Catholic Grief Support

12085 Glenview Dr, Plymouth, MI 48170

(734) 259-9122

Workshops in multiple locations in surrounding cities

Grief Share

Locate Support groups by zip code

Open to Hope

Online support services

The Covid Grief Network

 For ages 20 – 39 impacted by the COVID pandemic by the illness or death of a loved one

The Dinner Party Virtual Tables

Groups meeting virtually based on age and type of loss 

Young Adult Cancer- Support Group

For ages 20-39 who lost someone to cancer within the past 18 months

Perinatal Hospice of Washtenaw County

Services for those who are carrying a dying baby to term

Call for information

Janet Holtz, (734) 395-0400

Pregnancy and Newborn Loss Support Group, Michigan Medicine

Phone:  (734) 615-3122

Support for mothers, fathers, and others impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and other  pregnancy and early infant loss provided by peer facilitators 

The group meets in Ann Arbor on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, 6:30-8 p.m. (online for now) via the Michigan Medicine Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital

Proud Parents of Loss

PPL offers a stigma-free, safe place for grieving parents to be supported. All grieving parents are welcome – whether your loss was neonatal, perinatal or due to overdose, suicide, violence, illness, or any other cause, you deserve to feel supported.

This group meets on the first Thursday of every month from 7:00-8:30pm

Education Center at St. Joseph Mercy, 5305 Elliot Dr, Ypsilanti, RM EC-112

Remembering Cherubs

Remembering Cherubs provides resources and guidance to mothers and their loved ones following pregnancy loss through self-care events, community partnerships, and a healing tool kit.

Compassionate Friends

(877) 969-0010

Grief Support after the death of a child - find a local chapter

Nearby chapters include:  Ann Arbor, Tecumseh, Livonia

Ann Arbor Chapter

Mike (734) 707-8141 

Meeting Info: 3rd Sunday of each month 2:30 – 4:30 pm

Meeting Address: First Presbyterian Church (Vance Room), 1432 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

For those who have experienced a traumatic loss, have complicated grief and/or are experiencing other challenging life circumstances, individual therapy can be helpful. Click here for a list of Michigan therapists and mental health providers.  Look for those providing online therapy and avoid those indicating that they are “not accepting new clients.”

We recognize that grief affects more than just adults. While GrieveWell works to serve adults in our community, here is a list of local groups that work with children suffering from loss:

Ele’s Place

5665 Hines Dr, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 

(734) 929-6640

Support groups for children (preschool-young adult) in grief

Programs in Washtenaw County, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Flint area

Gabby's Ladder

431 East Elm Avenue, Monroe, MI 48162

(734) 242-8773

Provides grief education and support services to schools, churches and the community