The WARM Place provides grief support for children ages 3 1/2 - 18 and their families as well as young adults 19-25 who have experienced the death of a loved one.

An Important Update from The WARM Place:

In-person grief support groups are scheduled to resume on October 26th. Our Group Directors will continue to provide additional support through curbside activity pickups, phone calls, and email. Our office is open and ready to assist you. Please call 817-870-2272 to speak with a Group Director to schedule an intake appointment. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information. For information regarding how to help your grieving child during this time, please visit our COVID-19 Resources page here.

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

Where grieving children and their families find hope.

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The people who come here every day, the volunteers and faciliators, and what they 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

Latest Posts

Teens with Grief

By twp-admin | August 13, 2014

During my time as an intern at The WARM Place I had the opportunity to attend a conference about adolescents and grief with WARM Place counselor Kathy Telger. It was very informative about the unique teenage grief journey and shed valuable light on how to help them cope with their loss. I thought it would…

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Keeping Memories Alive

By twp-admin | July 30, 2014

When a friend or loved one dies, it’s quite customary to send flowers to the bereaved family. However, more and more we’re seeing families direct their donations to the non-profit organizations they love in lieu of flowers. There’s just something thoughtful and respectable about honoring and remembering your loved one by making a charitable gift…

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Identity: Orphan

By twp-admin | July 25, 2014

My name is Michelle Hanson, and I am an orphan. When I was 16 years old, my dad slipped into a coma from which he never woke up. Four months later, my mother lost her battle with colon cancer. Life as I knew it was forever changed. If you passed me on the street, you…

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