PERSONALIZED GRIEF SUPPORT, DELIVERED RIGHT TO YOUR PHONE

Grief Coach is a text messaging service that delivers personalized tips and reminders to people who are grieving, as well as to the friends and family who want to support them. Messages are customized based on cause of death and relationship to the deceased, and are delivered directly to individual subscribers, as well as in partnership with organizations looking for a more affordable way to provide year-long bereavement support.

Individual

1 subscription

$99.00
PER YEAR

Perfect for people grieving a loss, as well as the friends and family who want to support them.

Small Business

2-99 subscriptions

$79.00
PER YEAR

Great for therapists, small hospices, funeral homes, and support groups.

2 custom messages sent to your subscribers.

Custom sign-up code.

Organization

100+ subscriptions *

$49.00
PER YEAR

Best value for grief organizations, EAP providers, hospices, hospitals, insurers, and others providing end-of-life and grief support.

4 custom messages sent to your subscribers.

Custom sign-up code.

* For packages of 250+ subscriptions, please contact us for custom pricing.

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To help you, help them

A Grief Coach subscription lasts longer than flowers and casseroles, and is for you and up to 4 others. Studies show that bereaved people today suffer from a lack of support, and would benefit greatly from more care and understanding from those around them. Grief Coach will help you know what to do and say this year.

It has always been very clear to me that the friends and family of someone who is bereaved desperately want to help. The difficulty comes when they don't know how. They are likely to be scared of getting things wrong and making them worse, and so do nothing. I asked many people who were bereaved what the single most important factor in the rebuilding of their lives was, and every single one of them said, "My partner ... my parent ... my friend ... my sibling..." It may be one close relationship, or it may be many friends and family playing different roles, but the path to rebuilding your trust in life has to be paved with people who care about you.