“I feel vulnerable out in the real world, but Safe Crossings is a safety net.”
Safe Crossings Foundation heals the hearts of grieving children who have lost a parent or sibling. By researching and funding leading-edge grief recovery programs in the Puget Sound region, we help kids safely navigate loss, rediscover their joy, and emerge as emotionally healthy and resilient members of their families and communities.
In 2013, in addition to funding Camp Erin and the Safe Crossings Program, Safe Crossings Foundation has underwritten Art with Heart’s development of a therapeutic book for grieving elementary school children. This powerful book will be distributed to children in the Sandy Hook school district as well as be available to children in your own community. We are in the process of developing a website resource to connect families with all grief-related services in the King County area. We also are in the planning stages of an educational conference for teachers, counselors, parents and other interested persons to educate about helping grieving children.