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New Haven, CT 06510 USA
The Hope After Loss, Inc., is a non-profit, 501c3 organization whose mission is to comfort those who grieve the loss of pregnancy or newborn child from causes which range from miscarriage to genetic disorders; to address disparities is healthcare services for medically and economically underserved families with respect, dignity and advocacy; to provide advocacy and resources for maternal and child health. The Hope After Loss, Inc. is striving to improve the awareness of the impact of perinatal and infant loss on families, community, society, and supports the premise that perinatal and infant morbidity and mortality can be affected by providing all women and their families who have been experiencing losses, the availability of perinatal bereavement counseling, pre and inter- conception counseling (including an evaluation and understanding of their losses) and access to comprehensive women's healthcare services.
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