When someone we love is facing serious illness or death, we may feel lost and alone for awhile. Children especially often need guidance and care. Safe Crossings can help.
Safe Crossings is a program for children who are facing or have experienced the loss of a loved one. We honor the philosophy that each child’s needs are unique. Our Master’s level counselors can provide compassionate and knowledgeable support for grieving children of all ages and their families living in King and South Snohomish Counties.
Safe Crossings is designed to offer a variety of education and support opportunities, including phone consultations, grief support groups, activities and workshops, a special weekend summer camp ~ Camp Erin King County ~ and individual sessions in the office, home, or school setting, as well as written material.
Download our booklet about understanding and helping a grieving child.
Get helpful information about how to talk to children about death and dying.
Safe Crossings is for friends and families and can help provide guidance to help meet the needs of parents, adult caregivers, teens and children. Safe Crossings is also a resource for professionals who seek additional support and guidance to help grieving children in their community.
The Safe Crossings Program is made available to any child in King and South Snohomish Counties at no charge. The Safe Crossings Program continues to rely solely upon generous funding from the community, including the program’s major partner, the Safe Crossings Foundation, to meet the needs of the growing numbers of families asking for help. We appreciate your support. Donate to the Safe Crossings Program and help make a difference.
If you would like to learn more about the Safe Crossings program, please call the Safe Crossings Coordinator at 206-320-4000 or 888-782-4445.
We invite you to browse our entire site and learn how the many services offered by Safe Crossings can help you and your children.