40 Children, Teens and Suicide Loss Caring for grieving children and teens is not an easy task, especially after a suicide death, but you don’t have to do it alone. Recovering from a lossis a lifelong journey, but there are many resources available to help families navigate it. These include the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, The Dougy Center for Grieving Children & Families, the National Alliance for Grieving Children, and individual mental health professionals. Questions? Please reach out to: • The Dougy Center at help@dougy.org or (503) 775-5683 • AFSP Loss & Healing Department at survivingsuicideloss@afsp.org or (212) 363-3500 Resources for Child and Teen Loss Survivors The Dougy Center, the National Center for Grieving Children & Families dougy.org National Alliance for Grieving Children childrengrieve.org When Families Grieve (Sesame Street) www-tc.pbs.org/parents/whenfamiliesgrieve/documents/ TLC3gp_CGG_ENGdigital_sm.pdf When Families Grieve (Sesame Street) (military families) www-tc.pbs.org/parents/whenfamiliesgrieve/documents/ TLC3mf_CGG_ENGdigital_sm.pdf Children’s Bereavement Camps Suicide Loss Camp Kita campkita.com Alex Blackwood Foundation for Hope (Camp Alex) alexblackwood.com