This survey will ask you general questions about what you think bereaved children and teens need and what some of the barriers might be to them getting help. We have made this survey so we can learn more about what grieving children in our community need in order to best leverage our resources. Your answers will be used to inform our planning and decision-making.

Your participation is entirely voluntary and you may choose to skip any question. Your responses will be kept anonymous but not confidential, meaning that we will share some of the responses but we won't share or even collect your name or identifying information. We expect this survey to take you about 15-20 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions, you can contact Safe Crossings Foundation at 206.652.4723 or info@SafeCrossingsFoundation.org

Thank you for helping us to achieve our vision of a day when all kids who’ve lost a loved one can get the support they need.
What do you think are some of the biggest needs of bereaved children & teens, both short-term and long-term?

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* What do you think are some of the biggest needs of bereaved children & teens, both short-term and long-term?

What do you think are the most helpful kinds of emotional support for children & teens after a death in the family?

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* What do you think are the most helpful kinds of emotional support for children & teens after a death in the family?

What do you think are some of the barriers to children & teens getting emotional support after a death in the family?

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* What do you think are some of the barriers to children & teens getting emotional support after a death in the family?

Do you think grief support programs should group children & teens by age or by the type of loss they've experienced (e.g. cause of death, relationship to deceased, etc)? Why or why not?

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* Do you think grief support programs should group children & teens by age or by the type of loss they've experienced (e.g. cause of death, relationship to deceased, etc)? Why or why not?

What, if any, kind of grief support do you think might be particularly harmful to children & teens after a death in the family? Why or why not?

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* What, if any, kind of grief support do you think might be particularly harmful to children & teens after a death in the family? Why or why not?

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