Not too many things ‘warm’ our hearts more than when one of our former clients comes back to The WARM Place to get involved and pay it forward. Meet Michelle Fulbright. This is exactly her story. What initially brought her to The WARM Place was tragedy and heartache after the death of her mother, who…

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Though many days of the last few months have felt like an overcast on our lives, it is important to celebrate what is in our control. Many families who aren’t able to celebrate a milestone achievement in traditional fashion, such as their child’s academic achievements this year, are still able to praise and celebrate their…

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I have been moved by the thoughtfulness seen by our WARM Place families and community members and hope you all are experiencing an abundance of kindness in your life. Here are some activities you can try at home to help you focus on kindness. My Kindness Book: Ages 3-8 Supplies: Paper, scissors, pencils, crayons, markers,…

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Before this pandemic, we were going about our lives, the hustle and bustle, going here and there, consumed with being so busy. Perhaps this time of social distancing has afforded us an opportunity to slow down a little. Maybe you have taken time to reflect on things you are grateful for, no matter how small.…

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During this time of uncertainty, grieving families may be experiencing heightened emotions or emotions that they thought had already been processed within their journeys. Anger can be a common emotion to feel during a time of distress and grief. Though anger is at times an uncomfortable emotion to experience, the expression of anger, when done through positive…

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Grief itself can be an isolating experience. Add on top of that our current social distancing circumstances, and you may find yourself needing new coping skills and outlets for your emotions. At this time, you and your children may be wishing for visits with friends and family, travel to destinations outside of your own four…

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Our grief support groups are primarily led by volunteer facilitators who have given their heart and time to help WARM Place families. Our volunteers come from all walks of life. Some are teachers, school counselors, and others are lawyers and business professionals. Kim Sheehan is one of our dedicated volunteers who is a nurse working in…

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What has your day-to-day looked like? For many of us, it might be hard to even remember what day it is. Perhaps one day is running into the next or you are simply just trying to make it through the day. Some may be doing okay and making the most out this difficult time. Whether…

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Our senses help us navigate our world and often bring back vivid memories and emotions. Using our senses can be a powerful way to connect with our loved ones. The following activities are for ALL age groups and can help us honor the ones we love. As always, we’d love to see and hear how…

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One silver lining to this quarantine time is the opportunity to create connections and bond further as a family while at home! Here are some activities to continue promoting family time, while discussing memories of your loved one you are missing. As always, we’d love to see and hear how you and your family are…

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