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About Willow House
Willow House is a leader in the field of Children and Family Grief Services and the only such independent organization in the greater Chicago area.
It was founded in 1998 by a small group of hospice volunteers committed to making peer support services available to children, teens and families coping with grief.
The Willow House mission is to develop and provide supportive services for children, teens, and families coping with grief and the death of a loved one, as well as to support schools and communities coping with grief and death.
A Bereavement Support Program
Our Sponsors and Donors
Join A Support Group
Groups are held in Arlington Heights, Chicago, Libertyville, and Riverwoods. Pre-registration is required. To register your family or receive more information regarding Willow House services, please call 847-236-9300 or submit an inquiry below.
If you are looking for support services outside the Chicago area, please visit the National Alliance for Grieving Children to find support in your area:
How To Help
The foundation of Willow House services is the enormously dedicated Willow House team of volunteers. In fact, Willow House peer support group services would not be possible without our dedicated volunteers. Volunteers can help serve in a variety of ways. Click here to learn more about how you can help further the Willow House mission.
“The most valuable thing I learned from Willow House group is that I am not alone and there is hope.”
A Special Thank You
Emilio donated precious time and effort as a
photographer for Willow House events.
Read his story here.
Home Depot provided a Kids Workshop at the
7th Annual Walk to Remember & 5K Run for Hope! Photos here.
Shop and Support
“I firmly believe that as we look back on the pivotal, early years of our loss, it will be through the efforts of Willow House that we were able to move forward, not afraid to look back, fully understanding and accepting our loss.” - Willow House Father