When three children lost their mother to cancer experienced difficulties dealing with their grief, their father reached out for help. You see, in their small Nevada town, limited therapists accepted father’s medical insurance. According to David Sack, M.D., in Psychology Today, “Losing a parent in childhood significantly raises the risk of developing mental health issues . . . .” Realizing the importance of successfully coping with grief (especially in childhood), our Board approved the request to provide grief counseling for all three children for up to six months.