Building a Home for the Future
Long overlooked, grief is now at the forefront of national conversation. What’s more, deaths in the U.S. rose by 18% in 2020 leaving even more children and families grieving. Through our Comprehensive Grief Care® Model, Judi’s House/JAG Institute is uniquely positioned to support children and families and the community-at-large in navigating grief. With community support and a new purpose-built home nestled between established Central Park and Aurora neighborhoods, we can change lives forever.
Since 2002, Judi’s House has served more than 12,000 children and caregivers.
Through free, research-based grief care, we invest in the lives of young people by helping them build coping skills and resilience necessary to adjust to their loss and handle future challenges.
New Home Benefits
Central location at crossroads of Denver and Aurora
Ample on-site parking for families and visitors
Purpose-built facility with multipurpose rooms
Easy access to public transit
Proximity to mental health partners
New Home Facts
26,470 square feet
7 Therapeutic Garden Spaces
5 Family Therapy and Assessment Rooms
5 Child and Youth Therapy Rooms
4 Play Therapy Rooms
Grief does not have a rule book, but in the midst of a life-altering loss, families seek stability, structure, and solutions. The community created at Judi’s House offers a safe space to ask questions while learning there is no right way to grieve. Each family discovers their own healing journey despite not having all the answers.Micki Burns, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer
Progress To Goal
As of Nov. 29, 2021