I lost my sweet 4 month old baby boy on Nov 11th 2020. Once the grief really sunk in I felt so alone and scared that I was going to feel that exact way for the rest of my life. In perfect timing someone sent me an article about Healing Grace. Desperate on a Saturday looking for HOPE I messaged the Facebook page. Sarah who runs it made sure to get right back to me and set up a time to talk Monday. Although the services that are available now weren’t available at that moment it didn’t stop her from helping me. She connected me with a peer while also checking in on me quit a bit in first and second months. Healing Grace and the beautiful soul who founded the center are one of the reasons I am where I am today. I am so thankful Sarah has chosen our area to open this beautiful support system that is much needed. The sky is the limit for her and I can’t wait to see what comes. If you are or mother who has suffered a miscarriage, still birth or infant loss please do not hesitate to reach out to Healing Grace as someone who has needed their help i highly recommend. Places like this are so important and vital in healing after such a devastating loss.
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.
Healing Grace Perinatal Hospice, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Donations are tax deductible as outlined by IRS tax regulations.