Sands provides support, information and education to anyone affected by the death of a baby before, during or shortly after birth.
The International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA), a non-profit coalition of organizations dedicated to understanding the causes and prevention of stillbirth.
Lifeline connects people with care by providing services in Suicide Prevention, Crisis Support and Mental Health Support.
Pregnancy Counselling Link provides free support services for a variety of pregnancy related issues.
Relationships Australia is a leading provider of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities.
The Stillbirth Foundation works to reduce the incidence of stillbirth in Australia through research & public awareness.
Trisomy Oz offers information and support to ALL parents confronting a difficult prenatal diagnosis, and links to current and accurate information during decision-making stages.
This site has an on-line forum for parents whose baby has died.
For most parents and families, pregnancy is a happy time filled with joyful anticipation and plans for the future. Losing a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death can cause feelings of shock, sadness and despair, and impact on every aspect of life. Death does not break the special bond between parent and child; the pain of the often-unexpected loss can be enduring. Many find comfort and support hearing from others how they have coped with their losses.
This ‘Speaking from Experience’ DVD features seven people who share their experiences of losing a baby. It was produced in partnership with SANDS – Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Support Service (VIC).
An independent non-profit organisation working to address issues associated with depression, anxiety disorders and related mental disorders. beyondblue works in partnership with health services, schools, workplaces, universities, media and community organisations, as well as people living with anxiety and depression, their friends and family, to raise community awareness of anxiety and depression and reduce associated stigma.