We hope these resources can help you continue to navigate your journey of grief 

Kansas City ministry serving moms who have lost babies in pregnancy and infancy

hands-on organization helping with loss or the anticipation of a loss. they will hold your hand on the phone or in person with miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death. after loss, they assist with grief and healing

provides time to families who hear the words, "i am sorry, there is no heartbeat."  the goal of this campaign is to have one cradle in every hospital in the states

online magazine providing support for families experiencing pregnancy loss and infertility

informational website providing support for families before, during and after loss in any trimester

provides stories of others who have lost babies during pregnancy or infancy and reassures families they are not alone

brings the hope of Christ to bereaved mothers who have experienced infant loss

community support resource for women experiencing the confusing and conflicting emotions of grief mixed with joy during the journey through pregnancy after loss, they seek to help expectant mothers celebrate their current pregnancy by choosing hope over fear while still honoring the loss of their deceased child

online support offering resources and ideas for memorializing your baby

If you are currently in the midst of loss or a difficult pregnancy, our sister organization, You Made Me Mom, has incredible additional resources. This includes a quick reference help guide titled Known, written by You Made Me Mom founder, Amy Balentine. I would encourage you to visit her page by clicking