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Family Picnic

When a mother's transition from life to death is anticipated, the mourning process begins early and is filled with a range of conflicts and emotions as a girl watches her mother's health decline. By offering services that are uniquely their own, Harriett’s Daughters will help girls learn to manage their emotions so they can make the most of the remaining time with their mothers as they prepare for her transition. Our goal is to offer:

  • Opportunities for mother-daughter bonding through memorable activities and experiences

  • Resources for grief counseling, family counseling, and mother-daughter counseling

  • Assistance with honoring and memorializing a daughter's beloved mother

  • Community resources for families that may need additional services and assistance


In honor of Mother’s Day, we support girls by making and gifting them Mother's Day baskets! And, if there's a male sibling in the household, we make and gift him a basket too!  We understand how tough Mother's Day can be for those grieving the loss of their mother, and our hope is to spread a little joy. 

This year we're inviting families to pick up their baskets, enjoy brunch in a laid-back and relaxed atmosphere, and arrive (anytime within the event time frame) and leave at their leisure. 

Note: This is a casual drop-in event.


Date: Saturday, May 11th, 2024 
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: TBD


For more information and/or to register for a basket(s), please contact Neiasha Russell at 404-850-6435 or via email at

Basket of Flowers
Father and Daughter

This group is designed for fathers looking for an opportunity to share their experiences; while receiving guidance and support as they navigate grief, fatherhood, and life -- after losing their wife or the mother of their daughter(s) to cancer.

Note: This group will be facilitated by a mental health professional

Date: Winter Dates Coming Soon!

Time: TBD

Where: Virtual Meetup 

For more information and/or to sign-up, please contact Neiasha Russell at 404-850-6435 or via email at

We are looking for licensed mental health professionals to provide counseling services for our families.

Do you want to have a life-long transformational impact on a girl's life?

Is your specialty grief or family counseling? 

Does our mission and vision resonate with you?

A Supportive Hug

Please check back with us and follow us on social media for updates and announcements. If you have additional questions, or want to get involved, please contact us.

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