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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support

Families whose lives have been touched by the unfortunate death of a baby during pregnancy or shortly after birth share a unique type of grief and loss.

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SHARE Resources

  • Held in the chapel at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay
  • Bring an ornament to hang on our memorial tree
  • Extended family and friends are welcome
To contact Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support in Green Bay, please call 920-433-8634, and in Sheboygan, call 920-451-7265.

Due to email security concerns, the Certified Bereavement Coordinators may not be able to respond via email. If you do not hear from them or require immediate assistance, please call 920-433-8634, or include your phone number in your email to the coordinator(s). We apologize for the inconvenience and are working to correct the issue.
  • For families with a pregnancy loss of less than 20 weeks in gestation
  • Held three times per year (spring, summer and fall) in Green Bay
  • In Green Bay, held at the Chapel of the Mausoleum at the Allouez Catholic Cemetery followed by burial in the Babyland area of the cemetery with assistance from Ryan Funeral Home
  • Extended family and friends are welcome
  • Facilitate the connection with another family that has experienced a similar loss to yours for one-on-one support
  • Like us on Facebook for online support in the comfort of your home
  • Counselors who specialize in pregnancy and loss
  • Local support resources for children and teens
  • Reading materials
SHARE is a national support resource for families who have experienced the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, early infant death or SIDS.

HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay serves as the host site for the Northeast Wisconsin Share Chapter, assisting families throughout Northeast Wisconsin, regardless of where their loss took place.

Click here to find helpful resources for those who have experienced a perinatal or infant loss.
  • If you are looking for support, consider joining an upcoming Pregnancy Loss Support Chat. The National Share organization provides an online support chat the first, second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. CST for bereaved families.
  • For more information, visit http://nationalshare.org/online-support/