• Counseling Resources

  • Grief and Loss


    Comfort Zone Camps is the nation’s largest free bereavement camp for children ages 7-17 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver.    CZC of North Carolina provides children an encouraging and safe camp environment in which to feel “okay again” and to be around other children in their age group who are also experiencing loss.  They are matched with a trained, volunteer “Big Buddy” who is with them throughout the weekend.  Each child has the opportunity to participate in fun filled coping skill building activities and healing circles.

    The Dougy Center for Grieving Children & Families - This center provides support for children, teens, young adults and their families grieving a death. It provides a safe place for them to share their experiences. www.dougy.org

    Hospice of Wake County's Horizon's Grief Center - Upcoming grief workshops for children, teens and families. These workshops are excellent options for children, teens, and families during a normally difficult time of year, with the holiday season and long nights and short days.   These workshops are designed to be brief yet powerful and comprehensive opportunities to help grieving families.

    Youth Programs


    Product Design and Marketing Workshop - Sponsored by Duke Youth Programs - Apply the engineerin design process to create & build a new product based on the needs of the customer. Learn science & engineering principles behind circuits for use in the new product. Also learn marketing skills and business practices. For more information click on the title to link to the webpage or contact by phone at 919-684-6259.