Help for Grieving Teens

The non-profit organization Teen Age Grief (T.A.G) specializes in providing resources and information that addresses grief issues specific to teenagers. There is information on basic grief responses, and how to deal with spiritual questions as well as the anger that… Continue reading

Information Hotline for Flight Attendants

The National Mental Health Association is offering flight attendants and their families a telephonic and web resource service to provide information and referrals to local mental health resources. This service will begin taking requests from the flight attendant community starting… Continue reading

Helpful Handouts Ready to Print

The University of South Dakota Disaster Mental Health Institute offers concise, helpful handouts specially formatted to be printed from your computer on the following subjects: Coping in the aftermath of a disaster, coping in the aftermath of an aviation disaster,… Continue reading

Free Creative Grief Therapy

The Center for Grief Recovery/Institute for Creativity is a full-service counseling center based in Chicago, but also has nationwide services. They are a charitable organization that develops more creative means for dealing with emotionally intense experiences than traditional methodologies. The… Continue reading

Crisis Hotline for DC Residents

Crisis and Families Stress Hotline is a 24-hour anonymous phone hotline offering support and referrals. Contact Crisis and Families Stress Hotline, P.O. Box 57194, Washington, DC 20037; 202-223-2255; {www.pcamw@juno.com}.