Website Resources

WEBSITES AND RESOURCES:

* MISS Foundation - http://www.missfoundation.org  

On-going monthly support groups
Online forum boards
Research, Advocacy, Legislation
Kindness Project

MISS Foundation Forums:  http://www.missfoundation.org/forums/index.php?/login/

           The forums are led by a team of administrators along with a full team of moderators.  All of them are bereaved family members                    who have been trained to offer support.  The Forums have more than 4,000 members from around the world, and our boards cover             a variety of topics like general grief support, a grieving dad's board, grandparent's board, siblings board, creative arts board,                        subsequent pregnancy after a loss board, and more.  

            All members must apply for registration, and you will be greeted within 72 hours by one of our team members.  

            This is not an anonymous, free for all, but rather a safe, moderated, and personal space.  

MISS Tucson Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/pages/MISS-Foundation-Tucson/208489475978875

Selah House Respite Center & Carefarm  - https://missfoundation.org/help-build-the-selah-house

The MISS Foundation seeks your support in establishing Selah House, the first carefarm and respite center for the traumatically bereaved in the U.S. Your contribution will help develop the respite center that will house and support individuals in crisis, along with a care farm on 10-acres of lush land near beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Keep up with our Selah House News by visiting and following our Carefarm Facebook Page



        The TEARS Foundation seeks to compassionately lift a financial burden from families who have lost a baby by                         providing funds to assist with the cost of burial or cremation services. Every baby’s life deserves to be honored and                 memorialized in accordance with the grieving parents’ wishes and are committed to helping bereaved parents with this                 experience. Every grieving parent deserves access to ongoing bereavement support, so we also offer parents                     comprehensive bereavement care in the form of grief support groups and peer companions.

Tu Niditohttps://www.tunidito.org/

          A safe place where children, teens, young adults and families find comfort, hope and support while they are grieving the           diagnosis of a serious illness or the death of a loved one. Programs are offered at no cost.

Grieving Dads – http://grievingdads.com/

Online support network and blog from a bereaved father’s perspective

The Compassionate Friends http://www.compassionatefriends.org   

        Provides support to those going through the natural grieving process after the death of a child

Grief Watch - http://www.griefwatch.com/

           Bereavement resources, memorial products and links that can help you through your personal loss

Grief Net - http://griefnet.org/

         Integrated approach to on-line grief support provides help to people working through loss and grief issues of many kinds

Unspoken Grief – http://unspokengrief.com/

Breaking the silence through personal accounts and experiences of loss

Still Standing – http://stillstandingmag.com/

Online magazine about life after loss and infertility

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep – http://www.nowilaymedowntosleep.org

Free professional photographers and photo retouching for bereaved families after the death of a baby 

My Forever Child – http://www.myforeverchild.com/

Personalized bereavement jewelry

Tiny Heartbeatshttp://tinyheartbeats.org/

        Tiny Heartbeats provide fetal monitors to pregnant women who have previously been through fetal miscarriage, fetal                     demise, ectopic pregnancy or stillbirths, lost a child to complications from pregnancy, or those women in high risk                         pregnancies. 

Carly Marie  – http://theseashoreofremembrance.blogspot.com/

Names in the Sand project based in Australia 

Baby Angel Pics – http://www.babyangelpics.com/ 

Free photo retouching for babies who are stillborn or die shortly after birth

Ben's Bellshttps://bensbells.org/

The mission of Ben's Bells is  to 
inspire, educate, and motivate people to realize the impact of intentional kindness, and to empower individuals to act according to that awareness, thereby strengthening ourselves, our relationships and our communities.

Babies Rememberedhttp://wintergreenpress.org/

        A website specifically for baby loss

Golden Willow Retreathttp://goldenwillowretreat.org/

            Located just outside of Taos, New Mexico, this retreat provides counseling, education and support nationally and locally to                     individuals, families and communities experiencing grief & loss. 
        
        Family support for premature babies - during the NICU or after the death of a premature multiple

Tuck - Advancing Better Sleep:  Grief and Sleep Issues - https://www.tuck.com/sleep-and-grief/

            When we are grieving, our thoughts are consumed by our loss.  Food doesn't taste as good.  We are less motivated to do things we used to find fun.  It takes everything just to keep going through the motions of daily life.  It is tough to sleep. 
            When we experience grief, it is common to experience newfound insomnia, or to feel exhausted even if you are getting sufficient sleep.