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Partnering to strengthen community support & continued recovery
More About AMF & Grief Support

A Grief Support Network for Young Adults

AMF, short for Actively Moving Forward®, is a national support network which connects and empowers grieving young adults. These young adults support one another with peer-led grief support groups and are encouraged to participate in community service events in memory of their loved ones. By doing so, they raise awareness about the needs of grieving young adults across the country.
This program is currently actively moving forward, coast-to-coast.

College grief support is essential for the grieving college student!

College grief support is instrumental to a grieving college student  – College students are particularly vulnerable when stricken with grief. Chances are, most students have never experienced the death of a loved one. Often, away from home for the first time, they are away from their usual support systems. Their peers don’t understand grief and therefore, these students don’t receive the empathy or support they need. With many college campuses having limited grief support resources available, these students are at high risk to a host of issues; a feeling of isolation; an inability to focus; a lack of energy; and depression. These issues can be a contributing factor to the overall dropout rate and even suicide.
 
AMF has already supported over 3000 students on over 200 campuses throughout the United States.

Assisting families and individuals with the process of grief and recovery