Recursos de apoyo para familias procesando una pérdida perinatal, neonatal e infantil

Respira profundo, no estás sola…no estás solo. A tú tiempo, te invito a conocer los recursos disponibles para ti que pueden ser de mucha ayuda.

Si te sientes muy ansiosa/o, sientes que no puedes respirar o que no puedes más llama de inmediato a la línea PAS 1-800-981-002 o la línea 9-8-8 (Servicio para personas sordas 1-888-672-7622). Al otro lado del teléfono tendrás expertos/as de la conducta humana brindándote apoyo y consejos de gran utilidad.

Disponible las 24 horas al día, los 7 días de la semana, libre de costo.

Recursos en Español


Grupos de apoyo en línea por Pospartum Support International

  • Grupo de pérdida y duelo (Ximena)
    • Primer lunes del mes a las 8pm Este/ 7pm Central/ 6pm Montana/ 5pm Pacifico/ 4pm Alaska/ 3pm Hawaii. Regístrese
  • Grupo de pérdida y duelo (Violeta)
    • Comienza el 29 de Septiembre. Cada cuarto jueves del mes a la 12pm Este/ 11am Central/ 10am Montana/ 9am Pacifico/ 8am Alaska/ 7am Hawaii. Regístrese

English Resources and services (provided by Postpartum Support International)

  • Compassionate Friends – provides highly personal comfort, hope, and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family. (resources in Spanish and other languages available)
  • Exhale: an After-Abortion Hotline  1-866-439–4253
  • Glow in the Woods (for babylost mothers and fathers) – discussion forum and helpful posts for parents who have lost a baby.
  • Griefwatch (for perinatal loss) – a publisher and manufacturer of bereavement books and materials used by families and professionals around the country.
  • Georgetown University – Emotional Healing after a Miscarriage: A Guide for Women, Partners, Family and Friends
  • March of Dimes – overview of dealing with grief after the death of one’s baby.
  • M.E.N.D. – (Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death)- Christian, non-profit organization that reaches out to families who have suffered the death of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant death.
  • Miscarriage for Men – website that offers directional guidance and support. A place where men, who are suffering in silence, can voice their worries, fears and just support each other, either publicly or anonymously.
  • Miscarriage Matters – community of parents who have experienced the loss of our child/children, willing to offer our friendship and a listening ear.
  • MISS Foundation – provides support for families struggling with traumatic grief. Family Support Packets are available with information and resources for bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings.
  • PALS (Pregnancy After Loss Support) – 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.
  • Rachel’s Gift – provides support and guidance for caregivers and families enduring pregnancy and infant loss.
  • Return to Zero – provides compassionate and holistic support for people who have experienced unimaginable loss during their journey to parenthood. (resources in Spanish and other languages available)
  • Return to Zero: LGBTQIA+ – Support for LGBTQIA+ families
  • RESOLVE through Sharing – for providers; a not-for-profit organization providing thought leadership, and an evidence-based yet compassion-first approach to bereavement care.
  • SHARE Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support – mission to provide support toward positive resolution of grief experienced at the time of, or following the death of a baby. This support encompasses emotional, physical, spiritual and social healing, as well as sustaining the family unit.
  • Sisters in Loss – dedicated to replacing silence with storytelling around pregnancy and infant loss and infertility of black women.
  • Star Legacy Foundation – virtual grief support groups for family members who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss (group in Spanish available)
  • Stillbirthday – seeks to nurture sources of perinatal bereavement, strengthen skills of healthcare professionals and increase healthy engagement of perinatal related needs among communities.
  • Tears Foundation – seeks to compassionately lift a financial burden from families who have lost a child by providing funds to assist with the cost of burial or cremation services.  Also offers parents comprehensive bereavement care in the form of grief support groups and peer companions.