Please note this program is specifically designed for survivors grieving the death of a military loved one.

Individual grief counseling is important to many survivors in our grief journeys. The opportunity to sit one-on-one with a skilled therapist who understands grief and trauma can help you work through some of the hardest parts of your loss. Finding the right fit is important, and we can help. The right grief counselor can help you discover strengths, develop your own coping skills, and help you work through questions, changes in relationships, and secondary losses.

We rely on a large network of strong community partners, and we are confident we can connect you with resources specific to your needs. Each resource has been verified and actively supports the TAPS mission. We do careful research and compile resources with love and care.

Call our military survivor helpline at 800-959-TAPS (8277) or email to be connected with grief and trauma resources.


TAPS Staff Helping Survivor



The loss of a loved one can lead some to turn to substance use as a way to cope. Some may find themselves unable to get out of bed for extended periods of time or unable to do the tasks of daily living. TAPS leans on strong community partners to ensure underlying issues can be addressed. If you have found yourself leaning on drugs or alcohol to help you deal with the loss of your loved one, or are unable to live in a manner you feel is productive, call us. We can help.

We will connect you directly to our community partners, and they will work with your insurance company to get you the support that you deserve. TAPS is here for you and will support you without judgment.

Call us at 800-959-TAPS (8277) or email


Share with Us

Every grief journey is unique. In order to better serve you and other survivors, please share with us the skills, tools, and resources that have helped you cope with your grief. We also would love to hear about the skills, tools, and resources you would like to learn.