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For 30 years, The WARM Place has provided 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.

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

Where grieving children and their families find hope.

Learn more about The WARM Place.

Learn more about The WARM Place

Your support can make a huge impact for grieving families.

“I would have never imagined that what started out as an agency with a handful of families would now be serving over 400 children at a time! What a wonderful legacy of hope and healing that has been created by our staff, families, volunteers, and donors. My hope for the next thirty years is that we are able to continue healing even more grieving hearts in our community and to truly make an impact in the lives of children.”

– Peggy Bohme, Cofounder of The WARM Place

Latest Posts

How to Talk to Children About Death

By twp-admin | February 7, 2014

When a child experiences the death of someone they love, they will have many questions. Depending on their age level, they will have varying capacities of understanding the 5 major concepts of death. As adults, we can help them understand these concepts by talking about the following facts and questions. UNIVERSALITY – All living things,…

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Heart Pillows

By twp-admin | January 13, 2014

At the start of every group session at The WARM Place, the children sit in a circle on the floor with the facilitators and pass around a heart-shaped pillow. On their turn, they say who died in their life, and how they died. This routine of saying what happened out loud to others who have…

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Walk 2 Remember Them

By twp-admin | October 20, 2013

The WARM Place’s board President, Katherine Giuliani, and her daughter, Parks Blackwell, founded and funded this family fun run/walk in memory of Park’s father, John Blackwell. It was a 1 mile trip around the neighborhood, and participants were provided with a 4″x6″ photo holder on a lanyard, so that they could carry a memory of…

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