The WARM Place services are at no cost to the families. After a death occurs, a parent or guardian may schedule an appointment to visit The WARM Place with their child/children and talk with a professional counselor about the death loss. During their first visit, the counselor will explain our program, give the family a tour, talk with each family member, and determine when the family will come to The WARM Place for their first group meeting.
What To Expect On Your Group Night On group nights, families gather for a pot-luck dinner and conversation and then break into small groups by grade levels: children (K-3rd grade), pre-teens (4th-5th grade), young-teens (6th-8th grade), teenagers (9th-12th), and the parent/guardians. Each group has its own volunteer facilitators who lead the discussion and direct age-appropriate activities designed to help participants express their emotions constructively.