Links

<NEW!>A 20-minute documentary made by 18-year-old Serenah Vaughan about her parents' split: https://vimeo.com/221540380

<NEW!>http://www.wiseoldsayings.com/grieving-support-guide

A thorough listing of resources for help in many situations: suicide, military deaths, help for grieving children and teens...

<NEW!>HelpingChildrenThroughMusic.com

Tom Green wrote and performs an album of 12 songs for elementary-age children about divorce, such as "It Isn't Your Fault" and "No Good to Blame." Available to purchase for $9.99.

<NEW!>UNtied.net

Bill themselves as "The thinking woman's divorce resource" in Brooklyn, N.Y. Live and web resources of many kinds.

MedlinePlus (the National Institute of Health website):
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/divorce.html
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/endoflifeissues.html

Helpguide Mental Health Issues: Expert Non-Commercial Information regarding children & divorce:
www.helpguide.org/mental/children_divorce.htm

Site for a licensed program started by a family court judge. Contains good books and ideas for kids' groups and for parents:
www.KidsTurn.org

It's My Life (the PBS web site for kids). Advice from kids regarding divorce, as well as fun activities like quizzes, journal pages to download, etc.
http://pbskids.org/itsmylife/family

Site for a New York foundation and bereavement center for children and teens, with list of books.
http://www.ACaringHand.org

Site for the Dougy Center for Grieving Children and Families, with listing of bereavement programs nationwide plus many other resources for parents and schools.
http://www.Dougy.org

List of resources about death and grieving, created by a graduate student: http://www.mastersincounseling.org/loss-grief-bereavement.html

Site of the NY State court system, listing free or low cost training sessions in every county for parents. "The primary goal is to teach parents ways they can reduce the stress of family changes and protect their children from the negative effects of ongoing parental conflict..." In addition to court referrals, agencies can refer parents, and parents can self refer. www.NYCourts.gov/parented

Blog from Dr. JoAnne Pedro-Carroll, author of the CODIP program and Putting Children First: http://helpingchildrenthrive.wordpress.com