We do our work in a variety of areas

From private businesses, large corporations, non-profit organizations, and schools, to homecare settings, caregiver agencies, and smaller groups of impacted individuals, we are here for you...

...Based in Portland, Oregon, we work both remotely and on-site across the country and abroad. Our passionate dedication to bring a trauma-informed, person-centered, and psychoeducational-based framework of support to those experiencing a tragedy has had a positive impact on both individuals and businesses. We are a driving force on the forefront of changing our world, pushing in the direction of better practices and more comprehensive understandings of grief, loss, and the profound impact on those who experience it. 


Our Executive Director

Expertise & Background

For the past 15 years, Jennifer Crow has been dedicated to supporting, educating, and learning from those who experience grief. She has led debriefings, facilitated meetings, and supported those affected by sudden loss--in hospitals, businesses, community centers, schools, and other small communities. Jennifer studied in Dublin, Ireland with the Irish Hospice Foundation, completing the Training and Education series on Loss & Bereavement. She is a hospice volunteer, an end-of-life companion, and has worked with organizations across the world to support those grieving the loss of an employee and/or loved one. 

Jennifer has been trained in specific aspects of bereavement, including trauma response, complicated grief support, anticipatory grief, unexpected loss, and disenfranchised grief. She is certified in Trauma-Informed Services through Portland State University. Jennifer is a strong advocate for grief education and shifting society towards a place of better support and understanding for those grieving loss. 

Jennifer is currently a mentor at the University of Portland for the class Theological Dimensions of Suffering and Death. She has experience with on-scene trauma victim response, as well as end-of-life care. She works internationally with businesses and organizations to support grieving employees, navigate challenges, and develop a best-practice response in the wake of a tragedy.