Let’s Find Each Other And Walk Together

Welcome. Here you will find the different ways we can offer support to you, your friends, your family. Our focus is pregnancy, infant and child loss. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any need you might have. When you think no one in the world can possibly understand what you are going through, we do. There are millions of us walking the child loss journey; let’s find each other, and walk together to our “new normal.” We’re glad you found us; how can we help?


Request A Support Packet

Have you or someone you know recently suffered a pregnancy, infant or child loss? Let us know by filling out our referral form, and we will rush them a support packet via priority mail. The packet contains a wealth of information focused on what you are currently experiencing and what you may expect in the future. There is never a charge to request a support packet.

24 Hour Phone Support Hotline

Do you need to talk to somebody that understands? Now? We have a 24-Hour support hotline staffed by a certified peer support specialist 24 hours a day. If you just need to talk to somebody, now, we’re here and ready to help. Click below to get our 24-Hour support hotline number. We have caring individuals who have also experienced the death of a child waiting to talk to you.

What Do I Do Now?

This is a question we hear a lot from newly bereaved parents. As painful as the death of a child is, the anxiety of not knowing what is going to happen can be especially devastating. Follow the link below to our Parent Resource Center, written by experienced parents who have suffered the death of their child. The resource section has information about everything from dealing with funeral arrangements to talking to your other children. We hope the information will be of support to you and your loved ones.

How Do I Help My Child?

When a child dies, it does not only affect the parents but siblings, aunts, uncles, grandparents, friends and more. The average infant death directly affects 88 people. If you are looking for information about how to help your loved one cope, please check out our resource section explicitly relating to friends and family members.

Resources For Grandparents

“When a grandchild dies, grandparents grieve twice. They mourn the loss of the child, and they feel the pain of their own child’s suffering.” Sometimes we forget about the grandparents when a child dies. You can help by not forgetting, by offering the grandparents your love, support and presence in the weeks and months to come.


Explore our FAQ section for the answers to questions we are asked most often about pregnancy, infant and child loss.