Grief matters. Seasons Centre provides peer support and education for children, youth and families facing the death of a loved one.
Building resilience in children, strengthening families and empowering the community to grow from grief.
Seasons Centre for Grieving Children provides peer to peer support groups in a non-judgmental, non-discriminatory, safe, home like atmosphere for children, teens, young adults and caregivers grieving death of a loved one; supporting them as they adjust emotionally to regenerate a sense of self and reconstruct their world.
Seasons Centre was founded in memory of Jessica (aged 10) and Samantha (aged 12) Ramey. In January 1995, an accident claimed the lives of these two beautiful young girls, from this tragedy the understanding and need for grief support was realized. Photos of Jessica and Samantha sit above the fireplace mantel, Seasons Centre keeps the girls memory alive and stands as a tribute to their legacy. Seasons Centre was founded on the belief that every child deserves the opportunity to grieve in a supportive and understanding environment.
We are funded on the generosity of individuals, corporate, third party, signature event, grants, foundation and gifts from service clubs. We receive no government funding and do not charge a fee for families to utilize our services