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This Section offers ‘links to Organizations that specialize in Grief Counseling and Funeral Financial Assistance.
Rainbows International Grief Support for Children (offers counseling to children experiencing the loss of a parent or sibling) www.rainbows.org
Kids Wish Network (offers financial assistance for loss of a child) www.kidswishnetwork.org
Funeral Consumer Alliance (educating you before you call your local funeral provider) www.funerals.org
US Funerals Online (locates funeral services to fit special budgets with guidance and a detailed directory of funeral homes around the US) www.us-funerals.com
Kids Path is a specialized program for children living with serious, progressive medical conditions. In addition, Kids Path provides support for children and youth experiencing the grief associated with the illness or death of a loved one. http://www.kidspath.com
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