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Young Adult Grief Support Group

Young Adult Grief Support Group

Whether you are single or married, experienced the death of a family member, coworker or friend, Mourning Hope invites young adults ages 18 to 30ish to participate in peer grief support sessions offered throughout the year.

Group participants meet and discuss the wide range of emotions and various life events experienced following the death of someone significant. It is a safe, non-judgmental environment. Individuals will be invited to share their personal experiences with loss and grief, ask questions of the group as desired, and provide support for one another with the assistance of our dedicated staff and volunteers.

This group is free to attend, and all snacks and supplies are provided. Pre-registration is required due to limited space. Please contact Alyssa Christensen, Grief Support Director, at or 402.488.8989 with questions about this group.


First Name
Last Name
Address Line 1
Address Line 2
Postal Code
Preferred method of contact
Name of person who died:
Date of the death (month/day/year)
Circumstances of the death:
Other changes in your life:
What are you hoping to gain by attending the Young Adult Grief Support Group?
Please describe any problems you may be having (may include problems at school/work/home, behavior changes, physical changes):
Is English the primary language spoken ?
The group usually includes refreshments, please list any food allergies:
Please list any physical disabilities or accessibility needs:
Registering for:

Funding agencies often require nonprofit organizations to maintain client information related to gender, race, age, and income level. The requested information is strictly for the purpose of Mourning Hope's compliance with these record-keeping requirements. Responses will remain anonymous, and are greatly appreciated.

By typing your name in the signature box, you are giving consent to participate and possibly be photographed for promotional purposes. The term "electronic signature" means a method of signing an electronic message that identifies and authenticates a particular person as the source of the electronic message; and indicates such person's approval of the information contained in the electronic message.