If you have found your way here, it means you are a professional caregiver who cares about your patients and that you have a desire to provide the best care possible when someone in your care experiences a devastating loss. You have come to the right place.
We provide a number of free resources to help support you and the patients in your care.
Outreach & Education
What do the bereaved want and expect from their caregivers? How can professionals best support their grieving patients/clients?
Through our educational programming, we work to close the communication gap between the bereaved and the professionals who care for them. Our overarching goal is to help professionals gain insight into the experiences of those who have lost a baby, thus improving the quality of the emotional care and support that women and men receive following the loss of a baby. Our programming is flexible: we can easily move from a lecture for one-hundred students to a roundtable discussion with a few established professionals. We will work closely with you to create a program that meets the needs and interests of you and your colleagues.
To learn more about our educational programming and to discuss how we might collaborate on a program, please contact us.
Burial and Cremation Assistance
Do you have patient who has suffered pregnancy or infant loss and does not have the financial means to afford a burial or cremation? If you are from a Connecticut hospital or medical practice, you can refer patients to us. Please contact us to learn how we can help your patients who might benefit from this program.
Hand-made Burial Gowns
We have a supply of hand-made burial gowns in premie and infant sizes that have been lovingly made from donated wedding gowns by caring volunteers. If you would like to have some on hand to offer your patients at their time of need, please contact us.
Hope After Loss runs free peer-led support groups in several locations across the State (currently all are run online.) Please ask us to send you information about our groups that you can pass on to your patients so they can easily find us early in their grief journey.