Individual

1 subscription

$99.00
PER YEAR

Perfect for friends, family members, and grieving people.

Small Business

2-49 subscriptions

$79.00
PER YEAR

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

2 custom messages sent to your subscribers.

Custom sign-up code.

Organization

50+ 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.

Customized subscription giveaway cards for your subscribers.

Grief Coach works well for individuals who want to support a grieving loved one, as well as for small businesses such as funeral homes, therapists and non-profits who want to help support those suffering from a loss. We also have larger packages for insurers, hospitals, EAP providers and others who want to do more, to help their employees, clients and patients to get better bereavement support.

Organizations purchasing bundles of subscriptions will receive a custom code so that you can easily give subscriptions away to the people who need them. There are no hosting or technical requirements for your organization. Please contact us for more information.

We get it. Grief is scary. Sometimes we worry so much about saying the wrong thing that we end up saying nothing at all.

Grief Coach is here to help.

We'll provide regular, personalized tips, suggestions and key date reminders to you and up to 4 others, via text message, so that you can feel more comfortable and informed this year, as you support your grieving friend or family member. We'll help you, help them.

And if you're the person who is grieving, then we're glad you're here too. You can purchase Grief Coach for yourself, and include up to 4 friends and family members who want to support you this year. Many grieving people feel hurt or frustrated by the lack of understanding or support they get from those around them. Grief Coach can support those people, so that they can support YOU.

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.