The WARM Place provides grief support for children ages 3 ½ - 18 and their families as well as young adults 19 - 25 who have experienced the death of a loved one.

An Important COVID-19 Update from The WARM Place:

As a community partner, we believe it is of the utmost importance to take precautionary measures at this time. We will be cancelling grief support groups until further notice. Our Group Directors will continue to provide support through phone calls and email, so please do not hesitate to reach out. Our office will be closed; however, staff will be working from home and is ready to assist you.

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The WARM Place Grief Support Center for Children in Fort Worth, TX

Where grieving children and their families find hope.

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Your support can make a huge impact for grieving families.

"The people who come here every day, the volunteers and faciliators, and what they do...it matters. We need the support as families, and if they're not supported, we have nothing. Our kids have nothing. And I don't even know of another option besides The WARM Place for them to come."

- Tanika Pierce, WARM Place parent

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