Haven provides trained speakers at no charge for community groups, civic groups or other private and public organizations to inform them about bereavement issues, the effects of grief on employees, and other related issues.
To obtain a speaker please call Haven at 703-941-7000
Haven has a computerized list of places in Virginia, Maryland and DC that offer help to the seriously ill, aged and bereaved.
The Heart of Grief: Death and the Search for Lasting Love
Mending the Torn Fabric
The Mourning Handbook
Widower: When Men are Left Alone
Campbell, Scott & Phyllis Silverman
Suddenly Alone: A Womens Guide to Widowhood
Doors Open, Doors Close: Widows Grieving and Growing
DEATH OF A CHILD
For Those Who Live; Helping Children Cope with the Death of a Brother or Sister
Parental Loss of a Child
How to Survive the Loss of a Child: Filling the Emptiness and Rebuilding Your Life
ADULT LOSS OF A PARENT
Mid Life Orphan: Facing Lifes Changes Now That Your Parents are Gone
Recovering From the Loss of a Parent
Donnelly, Katherine Fair
Words I Never Thought to Speak: Stories of Life in the Wake of Suicide
My Son, My Son: A Guide to Healing After Death, Loss or Suicide
No Time to Say Goodbye
HOW TO HELP GRIEVING CHILDREN
The Grieving Child
Living When a Young Friend has Committed Suicide or Even Starts Talking About It
Grollman, Earl & Malikov, Max
Helping Children Cope with Grief
Elementary School Age
The Fall of Freddie the Leaf
Middle School Age
Teenagers Face to Face with Bereavement
Gravelle, K. & Haskins, C.
Harris, L. & Dawson, S.