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  • Late Life Depression Evaluation and Treatment Center - The Late Life Depression Evaluation and Treatment Center is a dedicated group of practitioners and research personnel at the University of Pittburgh Medical Center. Their website contains useful information about depression, anxiety, and insomnia in later life.
  • re:solve Crisis Network - Whether you are overwhelmed by grief, feeling depressed, bullied, or stressed out by day-to-day life, re:solve Crisis Network is here to help. Our services are confidential and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You will speak with a trained counselor who can help you while you are talking on the phone. Or, if you prefer to speak face-to-face, our counselors will make the trip, wherever you are in Allegheny County. Residents of Allegheny County may seek help by calling re:solve Crisis Network at 1.888.7.YOU CAN (1.888.796.8226).
  • The Center for Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents - Allegheny General Hospital's Center for Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents serves children and families who experience traumatic or stressful events in their lives. This program provides prompt evaluation and treatment of children who have experienced a variety of traumatic life events, including abuse, witnessing violence, death of a family member and/or natural disasters. Major goals of the Center for Traumatic Stress are to alleviate serious symptoms and promote healthy coping responses in traumatized children and their families. The Center is the only one of its kind in the region.
  • Together We Flourish - A non-profit organization that provides a platform to create awareness of worthwhile Western Pennsylvania non-profit agencies. Follow the Good Grief Center on Together We Flourish.
  • The Caring Place - The Highmark Caring Place, a Center for Grieving Children, Adolescents and Their Families, is dedicated to grieving children and families, working to ensure that they find hope.
  • Asbestos.com - Asbestos.com is committed to providing the latest, up-to-date information in the hopes of spreading awareness about the dangers of asbestos cancer. This website offers a one-stop resource on all asbestos issues ranging from occupational exposure to mesothelioma statistics. As the leading asbestos and mesothelioma resource, Asbestos.com offers more than 3000 pages of the most comprehensive and cutting edge information on the web.
  • I Did Not Know What To Say - IDidNotKnowWhatToSay.com is a website designed to inspire and provide you with tools to assist a love one through the grieving process.
  • The Soaring Spirits Loss Foundation - The Soaring Spirits Loss Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on providing emotional and practical support to people grieving the loss of a loved one.
  • SelfGrowth.com - SelfGrowth.com is the most complete guide to information about Personal Growth on the Internet.
  • Growth House - Growth House, Inc., provides education and resources for life-threatening illness and end of life care.
  • Web Healing - Web Healing is a resource for women and men to discuss crisis, grief, and healing as well as browse the many different paths of healing.
  • Center for Loss & Life Transition - Founded in 1983 by Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt, the Center for Loss and Life Transition is dedicated to furthering our understanding of -and compassion for- the complex set of emotions we call grief.
  • Healing Hearts for Bereaved parents - Healing Hearts for Bereaved Parents is dedicated to providing grief support and services to parents who are suffering as the result of the death of their child or children.
  • Adult Sibling Grief - A support and resource site for adults who have lost a sibling.
  • Lamenting Sons, Fathers and Grief - Resources for parents grieving children lost to illness, accidents, homicide, suicide, and other tragic events.
  • Self Help Magazine - SelfhelpMagazine offers articles, discussion forums, stress management, a newsletter, and many resources.
  • Groww - GROWW is a place where online peer groups chat in an environment that grants "permission to grieve". A place where you learn about the emotions that you don't understand.
  • RealityWorks - RealityWorks presents workshops and seminars to deepen self-awareness to heal the heart and soul.
  • Nature Photos Comfort - A father travelling through grief over the death of his son uses his camera as "one" of the ways to survive.
  • The Gathering of the Wisdom People - The Gathering of the Wisdom People is a photo/oral history exhibit on aging. A collection of memories, stories and insights from the elders of our time.
  • Before Their Time - A musical resource to promote healing. Dedicated in memory of those who died young, and assisting those left behind suffering the emotional trauma.
  • Compassion Books - Over 400 resources to help children and adults through serious illness, death, loss, grief and bereavement. Reviewed and selected by knowledgeable professionals.
  • Lulu and Her Rose Colored Glasses - As a path to healing, a mother focuses on a special day spent with her daughter and the lesson her daughter taught her.
  • The Compassionate Friends - An international support organization for families that have experienced the death of a child. Local chapters include: Pittsburgh (Mt. Lebanon); Tri-State of PA (Beaver); Laurel Mountain (Mt. Pleasant); and Greensburg.
  • KotaPress - An organization with many resources for parents who have had a child die - including stillbirth and miscarriage.