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Miscarriage and Loss

Seeking Support

Our staff are always there to help you in any way possible.

Seeking Support

Going through a trauma such as losing a baby can leave someone feeling depressed and unable to think clearly about the steps that must follow. As part of this, building up the strength to ask for help can be difficult, but can make things a little easier.

Our staff are always there to help you in any way possible and can point you in the direction of anything else you might need to help you go forward.

Where To Find Help

Your Health Insurance Provider

If you have health insurance, your insurance card should have a toll free number for member services you can call to ask for help in finding a behavioral health provider close to you.

Your Employer

If your employer has an EAP (Employee Assistance Program), you may be able to receive additional help at no cost to you. Contact the Human Resources Department at your place of employment to inquire about this benefit and other possible resources.

Your Faith Community

Your religious or spiritual leader may be able to support you while you cope with your loss.

ChristianaCare Center for Women’s Emotional Wellness

Licensed, highly skilled and caring specialists in behavioral health who provide outpatient counseling and medication treatment for individuals affected by perinatal loss.

Call 302-733-6662 or email cwew@christianacare.org.

ChristianaCare Loving Arms Parent Support Group

On the third Monday of March, June, September, and December, 6:15 – 7:45 p.m., Christiana Hospital, Conference room 1000.

Please join other parents who have also suffered a loss. The Loving Arms Parent Support Group is a self-help group that provides time to ask questions, share thoughts or just listen. The support group is here to help parents and families who have had an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death. 
You can come by yourself, with your spouse, partner, or bring a friend. You can come to talk, or just listen.

The annual memorial service will be on the second Sunday in October; leaves in memory of a baby for the memorial tree are placed at this service also, and information on ordering may be requested by calling the Bereavement line, as per below.  

To confirm the date of the next Loving Arms Parent Support Group meeting and for more information about the annual memorial service please call 302-733-4367.

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