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POMC has more than 400 local chapters and contact persons in the US and abroad. is a network of university students helping each other cope with the serious illness or death of a parent or loved one.They are actively developing campus-based mutual support groups around the US and also offer an online newsletter, online chats, and service projects.Outward Bound experiences for young adults (15-20) a sibling retreat and an adult children's and in-laws retreat. national organization with 3200 affiliated groups is a network of Christian support groups for the bereaved.