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Online Resources

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A national foundation focused on SIDS.  Dedicated to reducing all sudden infant deaths and stillbirths.

Baby’s Breath Serves and Advocates on Behalf of Canadian Families Who Have Experienced the Tragic Loss of an Infant


A non-profit, free, and confidential service that connects the public to grief support services within BC.

Please call the BC Bereavement Helpline and speak with one of our caring volunteers for information on our bereavement support groups, agencies, and peer-based support.

Your call is free, confidential, and anonymous. We will help you find the most appropriate support for your specific type of loss.

Call the Helpline at 604-738-9950, M-F 9am - 5pm
Toll free 1-877-779-2223

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Facebook Group

In Our Hearts creates community and connection through pregnancy loss, Stillbirth and Neonatal Death.

Stillbirth and Pregnancy Loss Awareness.

Facebook Group

Support for anyone who’s lost a baby, during or after pregnancy.

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Offers online information and resources.


Stillbirth & Newborn Loss

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The Compassionate Friends offers support in the grief and trauma which follows the death of a child; no matter the age or cause.

Our Primary Purpose is to aid in the positive reconciliation of grief and foster the physical and emotional health of parents and their surviving children.
Our Secondary Purpose is to provide information and education about the grief of bereaved parents and their surviving children. The objective is to help those in their community, including family, friends, co-workers, employers and professionals to be supportive.


Comfort, support, and pro-choice advocacy for all who have had to end a wanted pregnancy following a poor prenatal diagnosis or for maternal health issues, also referred to as termination for medical reasons.

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A Facebook Magazine

Still Standing Magazine, LLC, shares stories from around the world of writers surviving the aftermath of loss, infertility and how others can help. This is a page for all grieving parents. All. If you grieve the loss of your child, no matter the circumstances, you are welcome.

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Offers online information and resources.


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.


Supporting mothers, fathers, and their families - through telephone counselling, weekly support groups, support for partners and resource materials.

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