Support Services for Parents & Kids.

Babies Gone Too Soon

Support Services for Parents.

Bereaved Parents of Madison

Private Facebook Support Group

Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin Infant Loss

Support Directory Catalogue.

Compassionate Friends

Provide grief support to those who have had a child pass at any age.

Dane County Perinatal

Referrals to Healthcare Providers for guidance on mental health.

Take Them A Meal

Set up a meal delivery schedule for a grieving family. Determine how often, where and when it could be delivered.

Faith’s Lodge

“The mission of Faith’s Lodge is to provide a place where parents and families facing the serious illness or loss of a child can retreat to reflect on the past, renew strength for the present and build hope for the future.”

Located in Danbury, WI.

Grandparent’s Support Group

Please contact Maureen for more information/questions contact

Maureen 608.798.4820            

Mary 608.770.6338

Grieve Breathe Believe

Lisa is a grief wellness coach and a fellow bereaved mother.

Madison Postpartum Collective

Provides postpartum doula support, marriage and family therapy, breastfeeding support, and women’s health.

Mikayla’s Grace

Provides angel memory boxes and NICU care packages to local hospitals. Hosts Forever In Our Hearts Walk in October.

Mother’s Milk Alliance Inc

Breast Milk Donations.

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

(NILMDTS) Volunteer photographers who capture remembrance photography.

Pregnancy After Loss Support Services

Local Private Facebook Page.

Postpartum Progress Inc.

Guidance and resource for understanding postpartum depression, anxiety, and OCD.

Pregnancy Helpline

Provides support and referrals to families before, during or after pregnancy.

Rainbow Sisters

Bereavement Doula Services.


A national pregnancy and infant loss support network that provides services to the whole family unit.

Still Standing

Surviving Child Loss and Infertility 

(Online Magazine)

Book Recommendations

I Choose To Live: Out of the Shadows, Into the Light



Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief