Side by side with families in grief.
We believe that no child should be alone as they navigate the death of a loved one.
Every day, we engage our research-backed approach and shared expertise to support grieving children and families at no cost to them.
Because when we create a safe space that promotes health and wellbeing, families can heal together.
We provide grief care to children and their families at no cost.Find support
Community Education & Professional Training
We share our research and practice-based knowledge with others to contribute to a more grief-informed society.Join Us
Research & Tools
We study best practices in bereavement care to inform communities nationwide.Access Knowledge
A Judi’s House Family Story: Jenna & Zack
Jenna was 13 years old when her brother died by suicide. The support she received at Judi’s House set Jenna on a course to give back to other bereaved children. Read More
Leaders in Childhood Bereavement: Adam Stevens
In honor of International Day of Transgender Visibility, we are highlighting Adam Stevens, registered drama therapist, who works to supporting queer youth in transforming their grief into unapologetic joy and empowerment. Read More
Betts Legacy Golf Tournament: Over a Decade of Support
Former clients turned tragedy into triumph through the Michael and Cora Betts Legacy Foundation Golf Tournament. Read More
Our New Home
Learn about our new home where lives are transformed through community and compassion.Learn More
Caring for Grieving Kids Workshops
This free virtual workshop is hosted twice monthly and helps provide parents, guardians, and adult family members with the skills to help a child navigate their grief.Attend a Workshop
Happy Hour in the Garden
Due to tremendous response, this event is SOLD OUT.
Please contact the Judi’s House Development and Communications team to inquire about last minute ticket availability at firstname.lastname@example.org.