Tu Nidito is here to help.

When someone in your life dies, you can feel alone and unsure of where to turn to find the best support.

Tu Nidito’s open-ended bereavement support groups meet twice per month and offer a safe place to share thoughts and feelings with others who are experiencing a similar situation. Children and teens, ages 3 ½ -18, and their families, learn coping tools and are provided with resources to help them feel less alone in their grief. 

Bereavement support groups assist children and families with:

  • Acquiring new healthy coping skills and equipping participants with resources to be better able to face future challenges throughout their grief journey.
  • Strategies and activities for communicating thoughts, feelings and memories of the person who died.
  • Developing and/or sustaining a strong support system to ensure that participants do not feel isolated in their grief.
  • Integrating the memory of the person who died into their lives and creating a healthy bond with the deceased.
  • Increasing their sense of possibility for the future and realizing the potential for experiencing joy again.
  • Gaining an understanding that grief is a multifaceted response to a death loss and that no journey through grief is the same.

Contact Tu Nidito for more information. Pre-registration is required for all programs.

Get Started

For information about any of these programs, please complete the referral form or contact Tu Nidito at (520) 322-9155 or info@tunidito.org

All services are provided free of charge in both English and Spanish, thanks to the generosity of Tu Nidito’s supporters.

Young Adult Bereavement Group:

The Young Adult bereavement group is a safe space for young adults ages 18-29 to receive support, care, and comfort after experiencing the death of a loved one. It is a warm and welcoming environment where young adults can share stories, engage and connect with others, learn healthy coping skills, and ultimately find hope and support through their grief journey. The group meets every 2nd and 4th Monday evenings near the University of Arizona campus.