Finding hope in the face of lossHealing Grace
Healing Grace’s mission is to provide support, guidance, love, and community to families that have suffered (or will suffer) the death of an infant at any stage of pregnancy and within the first year of life. We exist to cultivate hope and provide the necessary support for the healing journey after loss including but not limited to; professional and peer support provided in individual, community, video on demand and workshop settings, birth planning, funeral planning support, as well as comfort boxes and other products to support maternal grief.
This is a community that has come together because of loss, but is connected by our mutual vision of hope.
At Healing Grace you will find a safe, loving environment to support you in whatever part of the healing process you are in. This journey does not have a start or an end. It is a continuum that is ever changing. From laughter and remembering with a smile one moment, only to feel an overwhelming feeling of sorrow fall over you the next and a need to cry it out, Healing Grace is here for you.
Thank you for visiting! Whether you are here seeking support or here to support our families, we are excited to welcome you to the Healing Grace community. We are stronger together.
No life too small.
How We Help
Peer Support, 1:1 Family Support, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga/Movement Workshops, Coaching and more
“Champ Boxes” for mothers that have suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth or a loss due to a life limiting diagnosis
A birthing plan to fit the needs and desires of a family during one of the most challenging moments of their life
Dr. Ariel Goodman, a licensed trauma-sensitive yoga instructor and mental health counselor, will be providing a Zoom workshop at 1PM on Sunday, December 13th for members of our community! This workshop will provide a short overview of Trauma-Sensitive Yoga.
Support Our Mission
Your monetary donation helps us pay the people who will serve these grieving mothers… fathers… and families. In order to move Healing Grace from a great idea and into a thriving pillar of the community, we are counting on donations from compassionate people like you.
I like stories with a beginning, middle and end. I like to wrap stories up into cute little boxes with a bow. That’s what I did with my first draft story here. But some stories, if I’m honest...
When I was asked to tell my story, I hesitated. It has been 21 years since I had been through losing my first child. I survived a two-year long state of deep depression, I wasn’t sure I wanted to...
May 2008. I took a pregnancy test and it was positive. I was over joyed. I could not keep the news to myself and soon after telling Keith, I passed the happy news to my parents, family and friends. I felt great,...