Guide: Pregnancy and infant loss resources

Here are some resources to help you, or someone you know, deal with pregnancy and infant loss.

Sandrina Rodrigues

Oct 10, 2022, 3:53 PM

Updated 586 days ago

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Guide: Pregnancy and infant loss resources
Oct. 15 is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. 
It’s a day of remembrance to parents, family, and friends for pregnancy loss and infant death.
Below are some resources to help you, or someone you know, deal with loss:

CONNECTICUT RESOURCES

NEW JERSEY RESOURCES

NEW YORK RESOURCES

NATIONAL RESOURCES

Bereaved Parents of the USA
Support and resources to fellow bereaved parents, siblings, and grandparents after the death of their loved one.
Centering
Education and resources for the bereaved.
Ending a Wanted Pregnancy
Support group for families ending pregnancy for medical reasons.
Exhale
Support and resources via text or phone line for individuals who had an abortion.
March of Dimes
An educational site that explains what grief is, what it can look like among men, women and children and offers coping advice.
Miscarriage Matters
Online support to those who have experienced pregnancy or early infant loss.
Miscarriage for Men
Offers directional guidance and support. A place where men, who are suffering in silence, can voice their worries, fears and just support each other, either publicly or anonymously.
Postpartum Support International
Support and resources to individuals and families through perinatal loss and bereavement coordinators. Offers an online support group to connect grieving mothers.
Pregnancy After Loss Support
Online support group and resources.
Return to Zero (RTZ) Hope - Grieving communities of color
Pregnancy and infant loss webinars and support groups specifically for women of color.
Return to Zero (RTZ) Hope - LGBTQ+ families
Virtual support groups and resources for LGBTQ+ families.
Sisters in Loss
Dedicated to replacing silence with storytelling around pregnancy and infant loss and infertility of black women.
Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support
Services include phone counseling, support groups, online communities, community events and online education.
Star Legacy Foundation
Virtual grief support groups for family members who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss (group in Spanish available)
Walk with Me
Practical, financial, and emotional support to families who are learning to live in the wake of their child’s death prior to or shortly after birth.
Tears Foundation
Seeks to compassionately lift a financial burden from families who have lost a child by providing funds to assist with the cost of burial or cremation services. 


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