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Grief Resources

Tools and Resources to Support you and your loved ones in grief.

Clear Mourning Supporters Manual


Our Grief Supporter’s manual is a guide for how to support your loved ones or yourself in their grief. When you feel like you need a reminder or you are unsure of what to say or how to support, this manual will help you lead the way through compassionate grief support.

Supporters Grief Manual

This manual is a guide for how to support someone (or yourself) in grief.

Download this guide and print it out as a reminder for compassionate support.

Clear Mourning Scholarship

This program is designed to help people with the costs of grief. This includes things like lingering bills, massage, free yoga for grief, online educational events, grief groups, and more.

Clear Mourning Facebook Group

Our peer-driven Facebook group is a place to find community and support through the encouragement and comradery of others experienced with grief.

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Our mission is to shift the culture surrounding grief and to hold space for those who have experienced a tragic loss.

Everyone person should have the opportunity and freedom to grieve their loss.

Should you be triggered by any of the content on this site please reach out for
help using one of the helpline resources. Click the button for a list.

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National Alliance on Mental Illness (National)

To contact the NAMI HelpLine, please call 800-950-NAMI (6264), Monday
through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., ET, or send an email to

Central Oregon Hotlines
Health Department Resources

Crook County
Hotline – 541-699-5109

Deschutes County
Mental Health Resources – Available online here
Behavioral Health: 541-322-7500
Public Health: 541-322-7400

 Jefferson County
Hotline – 541-699-5109

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