Where Children, Teens and Families

learn to grieve and heal from the death of someone close to them

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WHO WE ARE

Willow Center for Grieving Children provides support to children, teens and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one.

The program is coordinated by behavioral health professionals and trained volunteers to promote the expression & understanding of grief and loss while decreasing feelings of isolation. 

Based in Lewiston, ID, Willow Center serves the Lewis-Clark Valley region including Pullman, Orofino, Cottonwood, and Riggins. Willow Center is the only organization between Boise and Spokane that is dedicated to serving the needs of grieving children, teens and their families in a free-of-charge, on-going, open-ended, support group format.

Who-We-Are

What We Do

01.

Peer Support Programs

FREE support groups to children, teens, and their adult caregivers who have experienced the death of someone close.

02.

Camp Erin

weekend, overnight camp, for kids ages 6 -17, who have experienced the death of someone close to them.

Events

4th Biannual Redneck Rendezvous

By Gabe Iacoboni | November 26, 2019

Join the Willow Center for its 4th biannual Redneck Rendezvous at the home of Brien and Shelly DeAtley.  Tickets go on sale in March and are $75 per person.  It will be a rootin tootin good time.  So come and join us!

Little Big Wagon Final Drawing

By Gabe Iacoboni | November 25, 2019

The Willow Center will be at the Lewiston Center Mall for its Little Big Wagon final Drawing. Tickets are available for sale from 9am – 3pm and the Final Drawing will be at 3pm. Tickets are $5 for one, or $20 for five for a chance to be win one or more of ten differently […]

Little Big Wagon At Christmas Extravaganza

By Gabe Iacoboni | November 25, 2019

The Willow Center will be at the Christmas Extravaganza selling raffle tickets for its annual Little Big Wagon event. Tickets are $5 for one, or $20 for five for a chance to be win one or more of ten differently themed wagons. Mega wagon tickets are $20 apiece and include a chance to go to […]

IMPACT STORIES

Anonymous

"Shortly after moving to Lewiston, ID, my husband was diagnosed with stage 4 bladder cancer. This was a devastating diagnosis for us and our two young children. After he passed away, from a 10 month battle with cancer, Willow Center has been a critical aspect of our family's grief/grieving process. We found ourselves in an unknown land, with no friends, on the precipice of sadness. Willow Center and it's highly trained counselors are carefully guiding my family back from one of the darkest places we have ever been emotionally. Their services are critical to us as well as so many others from the region."

Anonymous

“Going to the Willow Center has been a different experience for each of us but I have been so impressed with the tools each of my kids have been taught and given in helping them deal with their grief in their own way, not to mention the tools and insights I have been endowed with.  The love and sincerity of the volunteers is extraordinary and genuine.  In fact, they are the ones who have helped my kids feel the most comfort and are the biggest reason we continue to return.  I will forever be grateful for the Willow Center and those who make is possible for people and families like mine to move forward with life in a healthy way.  I truly sing its praises.”

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