Is there a cost for me to use Grieflink.net?
There is absolutely no cost for you to use Grieflink.net. Our objective is to help people who need resources in the area of grief and loss to find what they need quickly, easily and without charge.
Do I need to register to use Grieflink.net?
Not unless you wish to comment on an article or participate in the (forthcoming) forum or blog.
I would like to comment on an article? How do I do that?
To comment on an article, then you need to be logged on to the site. Registration is free. At the bottom of the article you want to comment on, click on log on, which will take you to the Sign Up page. Simple fill in the required information, and after you are signed up, you will be redirected to the article you were reading. Likewise, if you already are a member and just had not yet logged on, once you log in, you should be redirected back to the article on which you wanted to comment.
There are no professionals or support groups listed in my geographical area. What should I do?
We are building our list of professionals, but do not have full coverage yet. you may be in an area where there are few or no professional resources within a reasonable traveling distance. In this case, you may wish to resort to a telephone-based or internet based support model. If you do find a professional or a support group locally that you think is good, then please let them know about Grieflink.net.
I sent a message to one of the grief professionals on the site, but they have not responded. What should I do?
Most of the professionals have indicated the best way to contact them. If you emailed someone who does not check their emails often, then they will most likely get back to you in the next few days. Alternatively, you may want to call them on the number listed to get a quicker response.
After doing a search in a particular geographical area for a support group, all of the support groups listed do not have their "letter flag" showing on the map. Why is that?
Sometimes the support groups listed will be held in the same location, so the little flags are actually on top of each other on the map.