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A Supportive Hug

Collaborative Resource List



Welcome to our Community Collaborative Resource List for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support. This initiative is born out of a collective desire to provide compassionate care, support, and resources to individuals and families navigating the profound and often isolating journey of pregnancy and infant loss. In times of grief and heartache, it is essential to know that you are not alone. This resource list aims to foster a sense of community, understanding, and hope as we come together to honor and support those who have experienced loss.



The purpose of our Community Collaborative Resource List is to compile a comprehensive directory of supportive services, organizations, online communities, and resources dedicated to pregnancy and infant loss support. Our goal is to centralize valuable information and assistance for individuals and families at every stage of their journey, from the initial moments of loss to long-term healing and remembrance.

Through this collaborative effort, we strive to:

  1. Provide Accessible Support: Ensure that individuals and families impacted by pregnancy and infant loss have access to a diverse range of support services and resources tailored to their unique needs and preferences.

  2. Foster Connection and Understanding: Facilitate connections between individuals who have experienced loss, creating a supportive network of understanding, empathy, and shared experiences.

  3. Raise Awareness and Reduce Stigma: Challenge societal taboos surrounding pregnancy and infant loss by promoting open dialogue, education, and awareness within our communities.

  4. Promote Healing and Remembrance: Offer tools, strategies, and resources to support healing, coping, and remembrance as individuals and families navigate the grief and mourning process.

By coming together as a community, we hope to provide solace, strength, and solidarity to those who have been touched by pregnancy and infant loss. Together, we honor the memory of precious lives lost and offer unwavering support to those who continue to carry their legacy in their hearts.









The comprehensive resource network list includes a diverse range of providers and services dedicated to pregnancy and infant loss support. Some of the key types of providers and services featured in the list include:

  1. Counseling and Therapy Services: These may include individual or group counseling sessions facilitated by licensed therapists, counselors, or licensed clinical social workers specializing in grief, trauma, and loss.

  2. Support Groups and Peer-Led Communities: These groups offer a safe and empathetic space for individuals and families to share their experiences, receive validation, and connect with others who have gone through similar challenges.

  3. Medical and Healthcare Providers: This category encompasses obstetricians, gynecologists, pediatricians, midwives, and other healthcare professionals who offer compassionate care, guidance, and medical support during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum periods.

  4. Non-Medical Care Support:  This category encompasses doulas, community-based birth workers, lactation specialists, etc. offering non-medical care and support as well as informational resources to individuals and families affected by pregnancy and infant loss providing access to holistic and comprehensive support services.

  5. Nonprofit Organizations and Charities: Various nonprofit organizations and charities dedicated to pregnancy and infant loss provide a wide range of support services, including counseling, educational resources, financial assistance, and advocacy efforts.

  6. Health and Fitness Programs: These programs offer tailored exercise routines, wellness activities, and nutritional guidance to promote physical and emotional well-being during the grieving process.

  7. Faith-Based Support: Faith-based organizations, clergy members, and spiritual leaders provide spiritual guidance, pastoral care, and religious rituals to individuals and families seeking solace and comfort in their faith traditions.

  8. Massage Therapy: Massage therapists trained in grief support and therapeutic techniques offer gentle and nurturing massage sessions to help alleviate physical tension, promote relaxation, and support emotional healing.

  9. Cosmetologists/Beauticians/Manicurists: Some cosmetologists offer specialized services, such as hair styling, treatments, and pampering sessions, designed to provide self-care and a sense of normalcy for individuals and families experiencing loss.

  10. Family-Friendly Activities: These activities are designed to engage families in healing and remembrance. They may include art therapy workshops, family retreats, nature walks, storytelling sessions, and other activities tailored to the needs and interests of families grieving the loss of a baby.

  11. Meal Planning Services: Meal planning services offer nutritious meal options, prepared meals, and meal delivery services to alleviate the burden of meal preparation and ensure individuals and families receive adequate nutrition during times of grief and healing.

  12. Residential Cleaning Services:  Practical support to ease the burden of household chores and maintain a clean and comfortable living environment during periods of grief and healing.

  13. Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers aged 18 and older who offer their time, skills, and compassion to provide practical and emotional support to individuals and families affected by pregnancy and infant loss. Volunteers may assist with organizing events, facilitating support groups, providing companionship, participating on committees, and offering other forms of assistance as needed.

  14. Online Resources and Communities: Online platforms, websites, forums, and social media groups serve as valuable resources for information, support, and connection for individuals and families experiencing pregnancy and infant loss.

  15. Memorial and Remembrance Services: These services may include memorial events, support for creating personalized memorials, grief rituals, and other activities aimed at honoring and remembering lost babies.

  16. Legal/Financial/Insurance Resources: Resources offering legal guidance, financial assistance, insurance support, and workplace accommodations for individuals and families navigating the legal and financial aspects of pregnancy and infant loss.

  17. Educational Materials and Literature: Books, articles, publications, and educational materials that offer insights, guidance, and support for individuals, families, and healthcare professionals dealing with pregnancy and infant loss.

  18. Other:  Any other supportive service or resource that is not listed.




By consolidating a wide range of services, resources, and volunteer opportunities, the comprehensive network aims to ensure that individuals and families affected by pregnancy and infant loss have access to the support, care, and compassion they deserve during this challenging time.  The comprehensive network resource list includes the following resources, services, programs, and providers:

Therapists, counselors, and social workers 

Business/Organization Name:

The Triangle Chapter of the National Association of Black Social Workers


Contact Person:  Treasure Williams, President of TABSW 

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number:  N/A

Description of Services:  Founded in 1975, the Triangle Association has been committed to making a tangible impact across their community. The organization is focused on the scholarship of persons of African descent, and social justice in their communities. TABSW has a wide range of Black individuals who work on the mezo, micro, and macro level. 

Support Groups

Business/Organization Name: 

WakeMed Parentcare


Contact Person: Jeanne Hale

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number: 919-350-8556 

Description of Services: Parentcare is a free, peer-based support group for the care and support of parents whose infant or child (from conception to one year of age) has died. We believe that through sharing and support by parents in similar situations, much healing can occur.

Certified Community-Based Birth Workers/Doulas/Lactation Specialists

Business/Organization Name:

Hy Society Care


Contact Person: Charlie High

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number:  919-267-0141

Description of Services:  As an End of Life Doula, I follow up with the bereaved after loss to share information and resources and to provide an outlet for grief, if needed. I also assist with matters related to death & dying that could include final wishes planning, life insurance, advanced care directives (living wills), and the facilitating of family discussions regarding these matters. Although life insurance quotes are dictated by one's age, health, etc., the prices for other services offered are negotiable.

Nonprofit Organizations/Charitable Organizations – pregnancy & infant loss support; financial assistance with medical bills, funeral services, etc.

Business/Organization Name: 

The For You Foundation


Contact Person:  Mikayla Knifong

Contact Email:

Phone: N/A

Description of Services:  The For You Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting mothers who have experienced the death of a child during, or shortly after birth. This organization aims to mitigate the experience in the immediate weeks following loss by offering a holistic approach (social, spiritual, emotional, and physical needs) to postpartum recovery, as well as financial assistance.

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