The following are listings for Internet resources that cover a many types of losses. We sincerely hope these resources will guide you in your grief journey and help you find peace as you heal.

Inclusion of a site on this page should not be considered an endorsement. The Center for Infant and Child Loss is not responsible for the availability or content of these sites.

A Place to Remember

The Compassionate Friends

Bereaved Parents of the USA

Centering Corporation

Center for Loss in
Multiple Birth, Inc.(CLIMB)

Compassion Books

Dougy Center

Grief Net

Grief Watch/Perinatal Loss

Growth House

Kids Said

SIDS Network

M.I.S.S. Foundation

National SHARE

Web Healing

Mary Kellet

Prenatal Partners for Life
"Support, Information, Encouragement"
This charity provides support for mothers who are carrying a child with an early diagnosis. If the diagnosis is terminal they offer support, gifts, information, as well as email addresses for other moms who have gone through the same thing. If the mother wants to carry a sick child to term but does not think that she will be able to care for it once he or she is born, then this charity has information available and actively supports these moms as well.

Sustaining Grace
This charity is run by a mother and father who experienced prenatal loss. They provide non-medical 3D and 4D ultrasounds for parents that have received a fatal diagnosis. After I contacted them, they also provided their personal telephone numbers and told us to call them any time. This is something that we were skeptical about, but has turned out to be one of our most cherished gifts. We have a 45 min DVD of Grace playing happily in the womb.
This charity provides professional photographers to take pictures of your baby and your family in the hospital. There are many websites about anencephaly. Obviously some are more informative than others.

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