Information

Sadly there aren't enough local support groups but in time we aim to provide local support to bereaved parents who have experienced the death of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth or having the heartbreak of ending a wanted pregnancy. If you are looking for more information on support please contact your midwife or GP.

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Emergency

In an emergency please attend your nearest Accident and Emergency department

If you are worried at any point, contact your GP or your midwife. If you are under 15 weeks pregnant you can go to the Early Pregnancy Unit or call NHS non- emergency helpline on 111

St Helier Hospital 
Wrythe Lane,

Carshalton,
Surrey,

SM5 1AA
General Enquires Tel: 0208 296 2000

St Helier Early Pregnancy Unit 

Ground floor, E block

(Women’s Health)

Open times - Monday - Friday: 8.30am – 11.30am 

Tel: 0208 296 2882 

Epsom General Hospital
Dorking Road,

Epsom,
Surrey,

KT18 7EG
General Enquires Tel: 01372 735735

Epsom Early Pregnancy Unit 

Oaks Suite, ground floor, block A (Headley Wing)

Open times - Monday - Friday: 1pm – 4pm

Tel: 01372 735155

Support Groups
 

Bereaved Mothers Support Group

TBC

Support group for bereaved mothers only. Looking to arrange a monthly meeting in the local area for women to get support, help and advice. Allowing women to talk openly without judgement and help with the healing process. More details coming soon. Sign up to our mailing list for updates. 

Bereaved Father's Support Group

TBC

Support group for bereaved fathers only. Looking to arrange a monthly meeting in the local area for men to get support, help and advice. Allowing men to talk openly without judgement and help with the healing process. More details coming soon. Sign up to our mailing list for updates. 

Family Support Group

TBC

Support group for bereaved families, wether your a grandparent, couple, sibling or friend. We look to arrange a monthly meeting in the local area for anyone suffering from baby loss. Offering support, help and advice, allowing anyone to talk openly without judgement and help with the healing process. More details coming soon. Sign up to our mailing list for updates. 

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We have listed a few charities that we recommend with the hope that it will offer you and your family support when you need it. With these charities you should find information, comfort, support and understanding.

For more information on one to one support please speak to your midwife.  

If you have any further enquires please Contact us.

Helpful Charities
 

SANDS

SANDS - (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death) Charity, support anyone affected by the death of a baby and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies lives

ARC

ARC is the only national charity which provides non-directive support and information to expectant and bereaved parents throughout and after the antenatal screening and testing process.

MISCARRIAGE ASSOCIATION

Miscarriage Association provide support and information to anyone affected by pregnancy loss by means of a staffed helpline, volunteer telephone contacts, local support groups and a website.

TOMMY'S

Tommy’s exists to save babies lives by funding research and providing information on the causes and prevention of miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth.

A HEARTBREAKING CHOICE

A Heartbreaking Choice is a website which supports women who have made the "Heartbreaking Choice" to terminate a much wanted pregnancy. For those who have undergone a pregnancy termination due to a poor prenatal diagnosis, problems with their own health, or for the health of another fetus (selective reduction). 

BABY LOSS

Baby loss provide information and support online for anyone affected by the death of a baby during pregnancy, at birth, or shortly afterwards.

KICKS COUNT

KICKS COUNT - help to create awareness and to ensure that all pregnant woman are aware of how important their babies movements are, know the most up-to-date recommendations for monitoring movement and have the confidence to speak to a medical professional if they have any concerns.

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