Experiencing baby loss is devastating and we wish no-one ever had to go through such trauma.  

The below organisations can help you if you need someone to talk to. No matter the date of your loss, they are there for everyone: mother, father, partner, brother, sister, family members, friends and colleagues. 

Sands logo

Sands supports anyone who has been affected by the death of a baby before, during or shortly after birth. Some of the services they offer include a free national support helpline, support groups, an online forum for bereaved families and a wide range of bereavement support resources available.

Visit the SANDS website

Bliss logo

Bliss supports parents and families of premature or sick babies. They offer emotional and practical support to empower families and equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to provide the best possible care to their baby, for however long they live and for however long their stay in neonatal care.

Visit the Bliss website


Tommy's provides information and support for anyone who has experienced the loss of a baby, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death, or termination for medical reasons. Some of the services they offer include a national support helpline, a miscarriage support tool, online support groups, live chat services and more.

Visit the Tommy's website

South West neonatal network logo

South West Neonatal Network provides support and resources for parents who are on a neonatal unit. They have information about the neonatal units and transport services in the region, an in-person Parent Group, and links to many of the local and national support groups available.

Visit the South West Neonatal Network website

Miscarriage association logo

The Miscarriage Association provides support and information to anyone affected by miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy or molar pregnancy whether it is happening now, happened recently, or happened long ago. They’re here to help you through with their services which include a helpline, online support groups, live chat, and information about counselling after miscarriage.

Visit The Miscarriage Association website

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GriefChat counsellors are experienced in supporting bereaved people and will listen to your story, explore how your grief is affecting you and help you to find any additional support you might need. They provide emotional support for bereaved people, access to trained bereavement counsellors and referral into other specialist bereavement services. 

Visit the GriefChat website


Meet the Snowdrop Team

Snowdrop Appeal

The bereavement spaces at St Mikes Hospital