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About Our Groups

A Peer-Support Community

Trained Facilitators

Utilizing age-appropriate curriculum for children and teens ages 3–18.

Collaborative Community

Providing a safe, fun and supportive enviroment that encourages communicaton.

Emotional Understanding

Identifiying, navigating and discussing difficult feelings that accompany loss.

New Skills and Positive Outcomes

Reducing emotional pain, depression, anxiety and the likelihood of destructive habits.

Available Groups

Rainbows Is For All Children

Rainbows’ programs help people who are grieving the loss of a parent or loved one due to death, divorce/separation, deployment, deportation, incarceration or trauma.

Sunbeams: Preschool

Children ages 3–4 have an opportunity to grieve the loss in their family and develop appropriate coping skills for life. The process involves weekly meetings with a trained facilitator in small groups of no more than five children.

Rainbows: K-8th Grade

Elementary-aged children speak about their feelings and share their grief in a safe environment in small group settings. The groups are separated by age and led by trained facilitators utilizing developmentally-appropriate materials.

Spectrum: High School

Teens share feelings and thoughts about their loss with others their own age who are experiencing similar life-changing events. The group is led by a trained facilitator using age-appropriate materials.

Silver Linings: Community Crisis Program

A program to support children and teens affected by community crises. This program was developed after 9/11 and has since been rewritten in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. Pre-K thru 12-grade levels available.

Rainbows Abroad

More Than 16 Countries

Great Britain

South Africa

Find More Resources

Additional resources for all types of grief—death, divorce/separation, deployment, deportation, incarceration or trauma.