Mount Carmel offers comfort, education and support to individuals, couples and families who experience pregnancy or early infant loss. Through an educational forum, support group, resource referral service and personal consultation, we provide emotional and spiritual support throughout the natural grieving process.
The Coping with Loss Educational Series is a three-session forum designed for grieving parents and their families who would like to learn more about the normal grief process and how to effectively heal. The meetings include guidance and teaching from trained grief facilitators on practical ways to live with loss and find hope in life. The series is held three times a year in February, May, and November.
To learn more or to register, call 614-234-5999 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mount Carmel chaplains are professional caregivers who are specially educated to provide spiritual and emotional encouragement and support to patients and their families from all faiths and cultural traditions. Chaplains specializing in the emotional and spiritual needs of grief after the loss of a baby are available for consultation.
To make a request through the pregnancy and infant loss care line, call 614-234-5999 or ask for a Chaplain at the following numbers:
Our case management and social work health professionals assist families in finding community resources for support, including dealing with emotional or personal needs following the loss of a pregnancy or child. To request a referral, call one of the following resource centers: