The tips and reminders you’ll receive as part of your Grief Coach subscription are selected based on your individual loss, and drawn from hundreds of expert sources.

There are hundreds of organizations around the world, creating thousands of resources for grieving people and those who support them. And then there are the countless wise & wonderful authors, podcasters and experts creating books and other materials full of valuable tips and advice. In many cases grief support information is freely available if you’re willing to search for it. But when a death occurs, it can be daunting to scour the web and bookstore shelves, in search of the best information for your specific situation. Grief Coach does the research for you, drawing wisdom from sources such as the ones listed below, and then creating short, personalized, time-based text messages to support your grief journey.

  • National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement
  • Safe Crossings Foundation
  • Coalition to Support Grieving Children
  • Seattle Children’s Hospital
  • "Grief Works," Julia Samuel. Scribner. 2017.
  • "There Is No Good Card For This," Kelsey Crowe, Phd, and Emily McDowell. Harper Collins Publishers. 2017.
  • Rebecca Peyton, Author, Playright, TEDTalk speaker. "Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister," Oberon Modern Plays. 2019.
  • Modern Mourning, pregnancy & infant loss support




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.

When reading Grief Coach text messages I feel as if someone I trust - someone who has gone through this themselves - is speaking directly to me. It’s not a subscription or a generic text. The messages are personal and thoughtful; they help me to process my grief and keep my Dad in my heart.