There are no words. There is only before and after.
Nearly 20 million American parents know the pain of losing a child.
Each day, families of every race, religion and walk of life face that devastating and unimaginable reality – their child has died.
Whether the deaths are from overdose, suicide, mass casualty events, homicide, accidents, war, stillbirth or medical conditions, families often have access to few resources.
These Americans need more than your thoughts and prayers.
An estimated 17 percent of white parents, 20 percent of Hispanic parents and 29 percent of black parents will experience the death of a child. Yet child death receives little attention in our nation’s discourse on public health priorities, health equity, and the well-being of children and families.
We can do better.
EVERMORE is dedicated to making the world a more livable place for bereaved parents and families. Because when a child dies … what happens next makes all the difference.
While EVERMORE is not a support group or therapy-based center, we do provide programs for families from all walks of life. We aim to provide support that is on your own time, at your own pace and on your own couch. Read more...