Before reading our Mission, Vision, and Values below, please check out our video which helps to capture the heart of The Healing Center. Please note that we offer adult support groups not featured in this video.
The Healing Center offers a safe, loving place that honors grief, helping you to move through it and heal. We serve adults, young adults, and children who have experienced the death of a spouse/partner, parent, or sibling.
- We provide support and guidance on the grieving and healing process.
- We offer individual support, as well as programs and activities where you can benefit from the community of people served by The Healing Center.
- We provide an environment – supported by our community and staff – where you decide when to come, how to grieve, or how long or how often you decide to receive services.
We envision a day when everyone can move through the grief of a premature death in a healing way.
WELCOMING – A safe, home-like atmosphere where grief is welcome just as it is.
NURTURING – We understand and care for grieving individuals, providing guidance and support.
WITH HONOR – We accept, respect, and show compassion toward our clients and community. We believe every emotion and experience has value. We honor your grief and help you heal without prescribing a single path or timeline.
Our physical location is nestled behind a busy block, at 6409 1/2 Roosevelt Way N.E. in Seattle. It’s not on Roosevelt Way N.E., despite the address, but located in the alley 1/2 block to the west, with plenty of on-street parking in the surrounding area. It’s a cozy, comfortable home, with room for our group sessions, offices, and kids’ play areas.
The Healing Center provides some of our services for no fee, and others on a sliding fee scale or suggested donation basis. No one is turned away due to an inability to pay. Because we respect the privacy of our grieving family members, we need to meet you before you participate in any of our programs or groups. We encourage you to contact us. And we remind you to be gentle on yourself as you are in this period of profound loss.