New Song Center for Grieving Children
New Song Center for Grieving Children is now running groups both virtually and in person for children, aged 4 through teens, young adults and adults. Families may enroll by calling 480-951-8985 or emailing email@example.com. See our New Song Connections page for helpful tips and child and family activities.
Helping families heal.
New Song Center is open to any child, teen, and young adult in our community, who is grieving the death of a loved one—regardless of whether Hospice of the Valley cared for that family member.
We'll find the right group to help your family heal. There is no cost to attend New Song support groups or activities.
We also support schools, businesses and community groups that need grief counseling or education.
Call (480) 951-8985 or
Learn how New Song supports grieving families in our community.
- For children ages 5–12
- Teens 13-17
- Young adults ages 18–25
- Parents/adult caregivers
- For families whose child has died
- For adults grieving the death of an only child
- For children ages 5-12 and teens 13-17
- Counseling support for children, youth and families grieving the death of a child
For more information,contact us
- Support for Spanish-speaking or bilingual families
- For any adult or family mourning a death
For more information, contact us.
- Talks for staff and students following a death
- Campus support groups
- Adapted for school community and grade level
- For schools, businesses, medical and faith groups
- Support for grieving students and colleagues
- Enhanced understanding of grief
- A 25-hour, week-long course on grief
- In-depth instruction
- Teaches skills to facilitate support groups
For more information, contact us.
Children and teens grieve differently than adults. Find help and support for everyone in the family.
New Song connections
Enjoy these family-friendly resources to help you cope with uncertain times. Our guided relaxation videos are appropriate for children.
Volunteer for New Song
Do you love to work with children? New Song needs volunteers to serve as support group facilitators, help with office work, speak to community groups and assist with fund-raising events and activities.
My husband, son and myself attend New Song. It really is an amazing place with amazing people. My 11 year old son really enjoys it and says it has helped him a lot. We are so thankful for this group!
New Song was an absolute blessing for my boys and I after my husband passed away a few years ago. All of the volunteers are caring and supportive and really helped us heal through the grieving process. I can honestly say without the support of New Song, our journey would have been much more difficult. It's another branch of Hospice of the Valley that truly provides care, empathy and kindness for families and their loved ones who have to deal with difficult circumstances. They are true angels.
– Heather Hirsch
As a school-based mental health professional I have utilized New Song services on a number of occasions over the last few years. I consistently refer students and families experiencing grief to their NO COST support groups and resources. They have been responsive, helpful, and caring!
– Natasha Davis
New Song is an amazing organization offering many options and opportunities to support children and their families who have been impacted by the death of a loved one. Not only do they offer individual counseling, group therapies, and events for the community at their location, they have implemented small group therapy for students on our school campus. They are also able to support our Spanish speaking population.
– Ericka Risko