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Talk to someone at PSI by calling 1-800-944-4PPD (4773) to leave a message and a volunteer will call back to provide support and resources in your area.
Lutheran Community Services- Postpartum Groups (English/Spanish)
Information about postpartum depression
Click the link to learn more about postpartum depression
Mother to Baby
Providence Medical Center in Newberg Breast Milk Bank (503)-537-1400
Meetings gather at the Peace House (2116 NE 18th Ave in Portland) and are led by trained facilitators. Separate Meetings held for:
• Parents of Infant Loss and Pregnancy Loss, Including Early Pregnancy Loss
• Parents of Pregnancy Interruption Due to Medical Reasons (for parents who have undergone a pregnancy termination due to prenatal diagnosis)
• Parents of Subsequent Pregnancies and Adoptions Trying to Conceive
• Fertility and Adoption Support Groups
Willamette Valley Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support
*Meets in Salem
Nora Madeline Pregnancy Loss Program
A program run through Providence Newberg, offering support to grieving parents.
offers a 24/7 Grief Support Hotline at 1-800-221-7437
PSI online Support Meetings
Online live meetings held in English and Spanish for perinatal mood support. You can join the conversation from a computer, tablet or smartphone. Each group is led by a PSI group leader.
They have lots of educational materials and leaflets that you can download . These cover topics from what to emotionally expect to what your partners may be experiencing and recurrent miscarriage and how to manage miscarriages).
Online live chat hours: 7:30-9:00 pm
Sat-Sun: 12:00pm-9:00 pm
Share: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support
Share provides free resources (brochures, packets) to all bereaved parents
The Solace Foundation
They provide an extensive and up to date resource list for support and information following a pregnancy loss.
The M.I.S.S Foundation
The M.I.S.S foundation website offers an online forum as well as additional resources
PALS: Pregnancy After Loss Support
This is a community support resource for women who are experiencing confusion and conflicting emotion mixed with joy as they journey through a pregnancy following loss.
Grieve out Loud
Grieve out loud was started by an organization of parents who understand the loss of a baby. They offer three difference services: 1) Pen pal program, 2) Private online support group and 3) Customizable individual support from trained staff and volunteers who can provide support in person, online by email or over the phone.
Return to Zero
Kiley and Sean Hanish made Return to Zero, a film in hopes to break the silence and stigmas associated with stillbirth. They share their tragic story in hopes that others could finf healing and discover they are not alone. They have started the Return to Zero Center for Healing, they hold retreats, and have links to helpful resources/education.
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep
Provides families with remembrance photos to parents suffering the loss of a baby. They train, educate and mobilize local photographers who are able to provide portraits to families. To find a photographer contact an area coordinator to assist you in securing a photographer. Current area coordinators (as of April, 2016) is Darci VandenHoek, ph: 503-927-5625
The Tears Foundation
Helps to assist families by providing funds to assist with cost of burial or cremation services. They also offer grief support group and peer companions. To be connected to a peer companion: 253-200-0944
Hours: M-F 5pm-10pm and Sat-Sun 12pm-5 pm
Solace for Mothers
An organization whose purpose is to create and provide support for women who experience childbirth as traumatic. Online support communities.
Birth Mom Buds
An organization and website that provides peer counseling support, encouragement and friendship to birthmoms as and pregnant women considering adoption.