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Pregnancy & Loss Support

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Dragonflies For Ruby

About:  Personalized support for pregnancy loss in any gestation.

Tip:  Pregnancy loss in any gestation can be extremely difficult but having a guide to support you through the many options, decisions, and emotional trauma can provide you with an empowering and healing experience.

Discount:  Services are free; however contributions are encouraged.

Address:  P.O. Box 161, Parker, CO 80134

Email:  [email protected]

Phone:  303-478-3736

Website:  dragonfliesforruby.com

Grief Watch

Grief Watch was created to provide you with bereavement resources, products, and links that can help you through your loss.

 

Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss Services

Dear Parents,

The information provided here about Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss Services (“CPNL”), formerly known as the Colorado Fetal & Newborn Loss Consultation & Support Program (“CFNL”), provides an overview of program services available to you.

The goal of our pregnancy and newborn loss support program is to provide a system of comprehensive support and grief education to parents and their families during this difficult time, while our pregnancy after a loss program guides you through your subsequent pregnancy after a loss.

Because grief affects every parent differently, you may choose to participate as a couple or as an individual. Please be assured that you will not be alone.

It is our hope that these programs and the people involved can comfort you in your sadness.  Evening sessions are offered as listed and private counseling is available.

For further information, or time and location for meetings, please call our confidential voice-mail, 720-946-2828.  Your call will be returned as soon as possible.

Most Sincerely,

Dorotha Graham Cicchinelli

 

National SHARE Office

Infant & Pregnancy Loss Support, Inc.

Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support is a community for anyone who experiences the tragic death of a baby. We often serve parents, grandparents, siblings, and others in the family unit, as well as the professionals who care for grieving families. Share is a national organization with over 75 chapters in 29 states. Our services include bed-side companions, phone support, face-to-face support group meetings, resource packets, private online communities, memorial events, training for caregivers, and so much more. Should you need them, we hope you can also benefit from at least one of these many resources.

 

Infants Remembered in Silence, Inc.

Offering parents, families, friends and professionals support, education and resources on the death of a child in early pregnancy (miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy etc.), or from premature birth, stillbirth, neo-natal death, birth defects, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), illness and all other types of infant and early childhood death.

 

Now I lay me Down to Sleep

NILMDTS trains, educates, and mobilizes professional quality photographers to provide beautiful heirloom portraits to families facing the untimely death of an infant. We believe these images serve as an important step in the family’s healing process by honoring the child’s legacy.

 

Rowan Tree Foundation

Our mission is to provide ongoing support and resources for families who are coping with the devastating loss of a much-loved child.  We carry out this mission by offering outreach services, memorial events, education and awareness opportunities for families dealing with the loss of a child. We serve anyone who has lost a child. From pregnancy loss, stillbirth, through newborns and teens, anyone who has had a loss is welcome to take part in our programs and events. Our philosophy has always been that if you feel a connection to the work we are doing at Rowan Tree Foundation, then you belong and are welcome here.

 

When Your Baby Dies

We offer understanding about the depth of despair, healing light, information, and hope to grieving families facing the darkness after the loss of a precious baby, no matter size or age, and to all who are touched by such tragic losses.
We also offer help in finding support, understanding, compassionate care, guidance, resources, networking links, speakers, perinatal loss consultants, excellent standards of bereavement care, literature, and so much more.

 

Still Standing Magazine

Surviving Child Loss and Infertility

In the face of loss and infertility, our mission is to show the world that we are still standing. Holding fast to resilience and hope. Our mission is to help you embrace life for everything that it is after experiencing the loss of a child or infertility.

The focus of this magazine can be broken down into three parts:

encouraging women, men and even children to embrace life connecting hearts around the world who have similar life experiences becoming a resource for friends, family and even medical professionals, to know how to support someone enduring child loss and/or infertility

 

Babies Remembered

This site was created to inform bereaved families and the family, friends and health professionals who support them of the option for families to bring their stillborn or deceased baby home for time with the family and/or a home funeral.

 

The Scraps of the Heart Project
The Scraps of the Heart Project is a collective of parents, health care providers, artists, students, and researchers working together to empower families and educate communities about baby loss through story and creative arts.

Our Creative HeARTs workshops are grounded in theory and research that suggests that when people experience trauma, such as baby loss, storytelling and art can help them makes sense of their baby’s death and find ways to go on living in the face of tremendous tragedy. In addition to this narrative focus, we design our activities to help parents process emotions such as hurt, anger, guilt, shame, and fear by engaging with emotions, including empathy, compassion, forgiveness, and hope. Through this process of artmaking and storysharing, our participants to build a strong community of support with one another. Please visit our website or email us about upcoming workshops.

Location:  University of Denver, 2000 E. Asbury Ave., Denver, CO 80208

Phone:  303-871-4308

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  www.scrapsoftheheartproject.com 

 

Molly Bears
Molly Bears creates weighted teddy bears for families coping with any form of infant loss.

 

www.october15th.com

Remembering our Babies National Remembrance Day

First Candle                                

  • Education about miscarriage, stillbirth, infant loss
  • Coping tools
  • What now? resources
  • Support for children to cope
  • Grief Counselors, Avail 24/7       800.221.7437

 

Resolve.org
The ultimate resource for information, emotional support, activism, and community for individuals experiencing infertility, pregnancy loss, or who are exploring adoption.

 

Conquering Infertility
Dr. Alice Domar covers everything you need to know about fertility tests, treatment, and coping with the stresses of trying to conceive.

 

#ihadamiscarriage
Dr. Jessica Zucker speaks out about her own miscarriage and the importance of telling these important stories.

 

Life After Infertility
Recent studies show that women who have “beaten” infertility are at higher risk for developing perinatal mood disorders.

 

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