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Our Services

Our licensed mental health professionals offer individual counseling services for grief and non-grief-related mental health challenges. We also offer support groups, in-school programs and a summer day camp for grieving children and adolescents.


We partner with most insurance companies and offer financial assistance when needed through the Kelly Reeves Memorial Foundation. Assistance forms are available at Kelly's Grief Center upon request. In 2022, Kelly’s Grief Center served more than 3,800 clients.

Holding Hands
Individual Grief Counseling

Individual grief counseling is offered for children, adolescents, and adults.

Individual Mental Health Counseling

Counseling for non-grief related mental health concerns and challenges.

Support Groups

Structured, closed groups run for 8-10 weeks and are tailored to each unique type of loss.


Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing therapy is offered to treat trauma and other forms of psychological distress.

School Programs

Funded by the Kelly Reeves Memorial Foundation, our in-school grief support groups provide a safe and supportive environment for students.

Camp Kelly

A three-day summer day camp for children and adolescents ages 6-17 held at Kelly’s Grief Center. 


Aetna [Commercial, PPO, HMO,         

Managed Care, EPO, EAP and First   Health and Premier Care]




Cigna Health



Medical Mutual 



UBH Commercial, UMR, AARP, GEHA

United Healthcare Community (Medicaid)

Please call and check with your insurance to determine the copay and if we are on your insurance panel as insurances vary greatly. Or call the office at 330.593.5959.

No one is denied service based on an inability to pay. Financial assistance is available through the Kelly Reeves Memorial Foundation for those in need. Contact the center to apply.

Referrals are accepted from the community, schools, churches, physicians, and nurses, as well as self-referral.​

What Our Clients Say

“This has been one of the best experiences of my life and came out of one of the worst experiences of my life.”

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