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Tuesday, May 5, 2015
11:30am - 1:00pm MDT

Former NFL quarterback legends Archie Manning and Bob Griese will share their personal journeys with grief after the deaths of their fathers at an early age. Learn firsthand as Brian Griese...

Saturday, May 16, 2015 - Sunday, May 17, 2015

Celebrate the 10th running of Denver’s springtime race, and support Judi’s House by joining our team! The race takes place Sunday, May 17, 2015 and we are looking for enthusiastic runners who...

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
7:00am - 5:00pm MDT
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Welcome

The death of a loved one can be an overwhelming experience for anyone. For a child, whose entire experience of the world is defined by their connection to a handful of people, the death of one of those people can be isolating, confusing, life-altering … devastating. While other family members are overcome with their own experience of grief and loss, children often become forgotten mourners.

 At Judi’s House, children, teens and young adults ages 3-25 have the opportunity to participate in support groups with youth their own age who have had similar experiences of bereavement.  Children and their adult caregivers learn healthy coping mechanisms for dealing with the death of a loved one. Through programs such as Pathfinders, highlighted in the video above families are given the freedom to grieve in their own way and at their own pace, and ultimately learn that hope and healing are possible.

Please take the time to explore the resources offered through this website to learn more about how to help those you care for, or even yourself. If you are grieving the death of someone you love, we want you to know that you do not have to do this alone. Call us at 720.941.0331,  email us or set up a time to come by Judi's House.

If you are interested in helping, please consider making a donation or volunteering your time. It is through the support of the community that Judi's House continues to bring into focus a vision of a community where no child has to be alone in their grief.

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