Below are organizations that provide information and various means of support after a loss.
RTZ is the nonprofit organization that developed organically as a result of the film's positive impact. It is a community of bereaved families and their health providers who are transforming the culture of pregnancy and infant loss through awareness, education, and support.
Stillbirth research and education nonprofit includes support for expectant mothers who have suffered stillbirth or other infant loss.
To ensure that resources related to helping grieving parents, family, and friends affected by pregnancy and/or infant loss are made as accessible as possible. Ryleigh's Resources wants to make the first hours after a loss as comforting as possible by providing Memory Boxes that contain many resources, items, and keepsakes all in one box that a newly grieving parent can use at a hospital.
Secondly, Ryleigh's Resources’ goal is to provide an easy to navigate online platform where the many resources available surrounding pregnancy and/or infant loss are centralized in one location.
PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy exists for one reason, and one reason alone: to kickstart the pace of change in the US using big, bold, innovative action to save as many babies' lives as possible, as quickly as possible.
Stillborn And Infant Loss Support (SAILS) is dedicated to helping those who have lost their child by letting them know that they are not alone.
Through outreach programs and fundraising, SAILS aims to increase awareness about stillbirth and ensure that those affected have a strong support network during their time in need.
Hope After Loss provides support and resources for those who experience pregnany or infant loss. Through grief support groups, education and events Hope After Loss give hope and comfort after loss.
The 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. We also offer parents comprehensive bereavement care in the form of grief support groups and peer companions.
NILMDTS offers the gift of healing, hope and honor to parents experiencing the death of a baby through the overwhelming power of remembrance portraits. Professional-level photographers volunteer their time to conduct an intimate portrait session, capturing the only moments parents spend with their babies. Parents are gifted with delicately retouched heirloom black and white portraits free of charge.
Sad Dads club was started by three Dads who experienced a stillbirth. They came together and created a community of Dads who can support each other in this unique grief.
"If you are suffering from the grief of a stillborn child, please know that you’re not alone and that we’re here to help by creating a safe, open, and supportive space."
PLIDA’s mission is to promote the highest quality of consistent evidence-based perinatal bereavement care for all families who experience the death of a baby. They express this mission through professional continuing education, the establishment of Position Statements and practice guidelines, unified responses to issues in the media or legislation, and by creating a network for professionals to share questions, resources, insight, and support.
All people challenged in their family building journey should reach their resolution by being empowered by knowledge, supported by community, united by advocacy, and inspired to act.
Pregnancy after loss is a unique experience of grief and joy that requires recognition from family, friends, peers, and professionals. PALS supports courageous mamas pregnant again after a loss through connection with peers, awareness in the community, education of providers, and advocacy around the world.
Count the Kicks is an evidence-based campaign that teaches expectant parents about the importance of tracking fetal movements. It was founded on the belief that stillbirths and poor birth outcomes are preventable. By providing stillbirth prevention education and resources, they improve care and empower expectant parents to advocate for themselves and their baby.
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