Every person deserves the opportunity to grieve in a supportive, accepting environment. Our programs are a very special place where kids and families get support, comfort, knowledge and guidance after losing a sibling or parent.
The Tree House is 100% donor funded and with your support, we can reach more families and new communities every day. Here is where hope and healing begin.
HERE children and families who have lost loved ones can begin the healing process.
HERE there are caring counselors, volunteers and professionals who have the experience and training to support and create a safe place for grieving families.
HERE tomorrow starts to look more hopeful, brighter and better.Learn More
What We Do
Individual & Group
For those who prefer individual support, we have a staff of professionals who can meet with adults, children or families here in our office.
All adult groups are run by skilled and experienced professionals, which provide a safe place where grieving adults can learn that they are not alone.
We provide support to families who suffer from stillbirth, infant death and adverse pre and postnatal diagnosis during pregnancy at any time.
School & Community
We train and assist staff to organize and facilitate bereavement groups in a school setting and also offer consultations and presentations to the school community.
In the wake of a school tragedy, we help school communities create safe, supportive environments for grieving children and teens.
We offer Spanish-speaking support services for adults and families who are grieving.
We offer expert consultation and guidance to religious groups, businesses and other organizations in the community through our outreach services.
“It’s so good to go to the Tree House and get all you’ve been feeling all week off your chest. At the Tree House, others know what you are going through.
At school, people are sympathetic and nice but at the Tree House, people get you on a deeper, more emotional level. They have gone through what you are going through and can even offer coping strategies that work”