Whether you’ve experienced the profound loss of a partner or child, we understand the weight of grief and the journey towards healing that follows. Let this blog be a safe place and support for you and your child(ren) to grieve, heal and grow.

Grief can feel isolating, but here, you are not alone. Get expert guidance on navigating childhood grief, read stories of loss similar to yours and find comfort in a community of people who understand. And, of course, whenever you’re ready, we’ll see you in camp!

  • Mental Health Awareness Month

    Mental Health Awareness Month

    Read More

  • Young Adult Camper Spotlight

    Young Adult Camper Spotlight

    Read More

  • Navigating Father’s Day After Loss

    Navigating Father’s Day After Loss

    For many, Father’s Day is a joyful occasion to honor and celebrate the fathers and father figures in our lives. It’s a day for family get-togethers, thoughtful gifts and cards, and reflecting on cherished memories. But for those grieving the loss of a father, the day can bring up painful feelings of sadness, longing, and…

    Read More

  • Family Testimonial: Little Buddy Malachi

    Family Testimonial: Little Buddy Malachi

    As a testimony to CZC and their commitment to those that have lost loved ones, I’d like to spotlight our grandson Malachi, at 1st time camper in the summer of 2023. His father died a few months after he was born due to brain cancer. Malachi then lost his mother (our daughter) in 2020 due to…

    Read More

  • Volunteer Spotlight: Steve Roy

    Volunteer Spotlight: Steve Roy

    Meet Steve Roy, a dedicated volunteer at Comfort Zone Camp since 2011. After losing his father and brother in a car accident during his childhood, Steve discovered the camp and recognized its incredible value—something he wished he had access to during his own time of grief. Without hesitation, he signed up for training and has…

    Read More

  • Camper Turn Volunteer Spotlight

    Camper Turn Volunteer Spotlight

    Meet Matt Togna! His journey with CZC began in April 2001, following the loss of his mother in 2000. Over the years, Matt’s role evolved from being a little buddy to becoming a big buddy, and now he serves as a healing circle leader and Board member! He attributes his career in education and his…

    Read More