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The loss of a baby is one of the most difficult and
painful experiences that could ever happen to a parent.
We are glad that you found us and hope to offer you
comfort as you embark your journey towards healing.
Grieving the death of an unborn or newborn baby is
often a very misunderstood and lonely process.
Your life and your future have changed,
both with the conception of your child and with the loss.
No one else knows your baby like you do.
Sometimes even the closest friends and family members
can't or don't fully understand the profound impact
this tiny being has had on you and your life.
Whether your loss has been through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth (SADS), newborn death, SIDS,
death due to premature delivery, or medical
termination due to complications
of the baby or the mother, there is grief and loss.
We are here for you and also for your family,
friends, clergy, and healthcare providers.