Dear Adam's Place Community,
The safety, health, and well-being of our community members at Adam’s Place is our highest priority. We believe it is critical to do our part in the global effort to slow the Coronavirus pandemic. Please know that we are taking steps as an organization to minimize the risk of transmission between the grieving families we serve, our dedicated volunteers, and our staff.
Friday we made the decision to postpone our Camp Cope groups until further notice. We are hoping to not have to cancel our Annual Vintage and Vines Fundraising Event and our Recreation Day, however, we are monitoring the situation as we move forward and will keep you posted. We hope that we will meet again before April 28th - Recreation Day, but if not, we will plan to gather and have our closing circle then. Please follow us on Facebook for the most recent updates.
We will work to share resources and support through email, our newsletter, and social media. We will be working to update our entire community as events unfold and guidance from the Nevada Health Authority and Governor Steve Sisolak's office is communicated.
Grieving children and teens may be particularly vulnerable to anxiety and worry during times of uncertainty. Here are some tips from the National Association of School Psychologists on talking with children about coronavirus/COVID-19.
We are so grateful for each and everyone of you and our supporters. Our community has brought Adam’s Place through adversity in the past and we know that we can count on you in the future. What we have learned from our 10 years of experience serving families dealing with loss is that the power of holding a safe space for difficult experiences and feelings can bring about transformation. During these uncertain times, please know that Adam's Place staff is here for you. Please call or email us for support.
Kelly Thomas Boyers
Providing Grief Support to Children, Teens, and Families
Adam’s Place provides grief support groups for children, teens and families. Trained volunteer facilitators lead and encourage group members to express the many feelings that are apart of the grieving process. In a safe and confidential home life setting, group members discuss and share activities with others who share similar life changing experiences. We foster children to be open and honest with their feelings.
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