Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Program

Pregnancy and infant loss are tragedies that no expectant or new parent is prepared to face. If your baby has died, you may be overwhelmed by the depth of your emotions, have many unanswered questions, and may not know how you are going to cope with the heartbreak you are feeling.

Despite the staggering statistic that 10 to 15 percent of confirmed pregnancies end in loss, many parents who are faced with a loss can feel very isolated. We want you to know that you are not alone.

Whether you are facing a miscarriage, stillbirth, or the death of your baby during the first few months of life, compassionate care is available to you at Englewood Health. Our team is here to provide support and a comprehensive array of resources to help you and your family honor your baby, cope with grief, and begin your journey toward healing.

About the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Program

We provide support for families who are coping with the death of a baby through pregnancy loss, stillbirth or during the first months of life. Our program provides education, memory-making and comfort resources, as well as offers monthly support programming and annual community events. We are also committed to ongoing perinatal bereavement education to support Englewood Health staff members in delivering the highest level of care to families who are experiencing a loss.

Our Team

No matter where you are in the process of loss, grief or healing from the loss of a pregnancy or infant, our team is here to support you physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our members include:

  • Bereavement counselors
  • Nurses
  • Child life specialist
  • Social worker
  • Clergy
  • Peer support volunteers

We encourage you to reach out to us when you are ready by calling 201-608-2333.

Support for You and Your Family

The Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Program offers a monthly support group as well as peer-to-peer support.

Comfort room

Comfort Room

Our Comfort Room, located on the 4th floor, offers a private, soothing place to gather and review information that may help you plan, make important decisions, or better understand your grief. Our Comfort Room also houses a wide array of loss and grief resources for moms, dads, siblings and grandparents in English, Spanish and Korean. Our free lending library of books is available to provide additional support and guidance for you and your family.

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