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A Center for Loss and Change


The Healing Place provides help, healing, and hope to more than 500 children and their families each year.

Grief Services are provided free of charge at the office in Muscle Shoals as well as outreach in the schools and communities of the Shoals Area. Children and their families can participate in individual or group services.

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"The Healing Place is committed to offering support to grieving children and their families in an atmosphere of trust and acceptance in order to promote a sense of well-being and productivity in its participants."

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Monday - Thursday: 9am - 3pm
After 3 pm and Fridays: By Appointment Onl

***Established clients: please contact individual therapist to schedule appointments. 

First-time clients: please contact office at 256.383.7133 to schedule initial intake appointment.


The Healing Place is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization reliant on contributions from individuals, churches, businesses, as well as funds from foundations and grants.

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The Joel R Anderson Family Foundation

We would appreciate your support
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Grief Support for All

The Healing Place is committed to ensuring that our grief support resources are accessible, welcoming, and relevant to all members of our community. The Healing Place does not discriminate based on characteristics such as race, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, culture, disability, age, creed, religion, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, and all other identities represented in our diverse community. The Healing Place acknowledges that grief does not exist in a vacuum untouched by cultural and societal influence, and that marginalized communities are often disproportionately impacted by grief. Our goal is to provide a safe place for all children and families who are grieving a death, with increased recognition of societal, cultural, and historical factors that may impact grief and success to services.
Established and approved by the board 2/3/2021

My dad died when I was about to turn 5. It was hard tp get through it until we found The Healing Place. I started to go to groups there and they were very fun to do. Before we found The Healing Place, I thought I was the only one who had had a death but now I know I'm not alone. I have friends at The Healing Place, my family, and other friends who have somebody who died. How The Healing Place has helped me is by pushing my emotions to come out and make me more comfortable to talk about them and that makes me express my stress, anger, sadness, frustration, and negativity and they don't go rushing you to tell them about how you feel if you don't want to. They have an "I pass" rule which means you don't have to say who died or how you feel. They don't tell anyone what you said and they're really nice, and not only that they help you be a better person by telling you what or what not to say to others. Also, They play really fun games, and they have an anger room where you can take out all of your anger and it's okay to cry there. They will help you through anything. Not all people are comfortable sharing their feelings in front of a lot of people and that's okay because they do have single groups too. So if have lost someone please go to The Healing Place they are really good people with really good hearts.

Son, Age 9


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