Parents come to us for support at various points in their grieving journey. Some come for support the same week they delivered, some weeks or months later and and some decades after the loss of their baby. There is no time limit on grief. We are here to support you.
We offer caskets and urns as a part of our ministry. All of our support services are free and we provide high-quality caskets and urns for a minimal cost. To see our caskets and urns please click here.

For families who cannot afford a casket we do have assistance if we have the funds and you meet the requirements. click here.

After no heart beat and before labor


  • Grieving is hard work, and takes time. Don’t rush it.
  • Journal your thoughts. By journaling, you can release some stress, create memories, and promote healing.
  • Listen to music related to loss may help during this process.
  • Allow others to help. Accept meals, help around the house, and babysitting. It is hard enough just to make it through each day. Letting others help can lift burdens from you, and allows others to contribute when there is little else that they can do to help.
  • You will always miss your baby, but it will not hurt this badly forever. In time, you will find your new normal,  laugh and have fun again.
  • You are not alone. Pregnancy loss is not as uncommon as you might think. One in four pregnancies is lost in the first trimester. One in thirty-three babies die in the second trimester. One in 160 babies die in the third trimester.
  • There are people near you who understand the difficulty of this kind of loss. Try to connect with one of them. You can ask for a pregnancy loss peer, check with a support group, or ask for a loss doula in this time of sorrow.  Call (513) 619-0100 to participate in one of our support groups.
  • Place keepsakes in a special place to honor and remember your baby.
  • Crying at various times throughout the day is normal, but also schedule special times to think about your baby, grieve, and heal.
  • Continue to pray.  Blameful thoughts may come to mind, dismiss them and pray for the strength to make it through each day.
  • We are here to help.  Contact one of our client advocates at  or (513) 607-6083

Resources to Grieve and Heal

Heaven’s Gain Ministries has support groups.  We also have individual support and couple support.

Other organizations offer support.  Click here to find additional resources for group, couple, or individual support.

Symptoms and Triggers

Many people ask, “Will this emotional pain ever get better?”   Yes, the pain will decrease over time, but occasionally there is a wave that will knock you over and you will have to get up all over again.  It really helps to join a support group specific to the loss of a baby.  General support is not the same as that specific to losing a baby.  Look for pregnancy loss support groups in your area or join an online support group.  Our Heaven’s Gain Ministries support groups are available online and in person.  Contact our peer support coordinator Kim Kelley for more information (513) 619-0100.


Our support staff is available for one-on-one support sessions. Call to reserve a time that works for you.
(513) 607-6083 / (513) 619-0100
Our staff is available for couple support sessions. We all grieve differently, especially men and women. We assist couples in navigating how to help their spouse with grief and healing. We do NOT provide marriage counseling. Call to reserve a time that works for you.
(513) 607-6083 / (513) 619-0100

Group support is available virtually and are private to the group only, so call to get the meeting ID and password (513) 619-0100. Currently virtual meetings are held monthly on the second Thursday, 7 pm EST for Pregnancy loss support and on the fourth Thursday, 7pm EST for Rainbow pregnancy support.
A rainbow pregnancy is the pregnancy experienced after the loss of a baby. Grief changes after a “Rainbow Baby” is born, but it doesn’t go away. Meetings are designed for those currently pregnant with a rainbow baby, anticipating becoming pregnant with a rainbow baby, or for those needing support after the birth of a rainbow baby.

These are a few of the common stresses women feel after losing a baby

Do you feel any of the stresses listed above?  Do you feel like no one else gets it?  Telling your story and listening to others in a support group can be a great benefit to your healing.

Contact us about joining a support group (513) 619.0100

Kim Kelley, PSC

Kim Kelley
Peer Support Coordinator

My name is Kim Kelley and I have been facilitating peer support in some capacity since January  2011.  I have been married for 19 years and I am the mom of 6 beautiful children on earth ranging in ages of 2-17. I also have 5 angel babies I know are waiting for me in heaven. We lost Bryce at 20 weeks (2009), Maria at 18 weeks (2010), Gavin at 15 weeks ( 2011) Jonah at 22 weeks (2013) and Nadia at 20 weeks (2014).  I was called to do peer support after we lost Maria in 2010 after not being able to find support for myself.

I joined the Heaven’s Gain Family in 2014 and currently hold the position of Peer Support Coordinator. In this position, I facilitate meetings four times a month, contact and follow up with clients after a loss, talk to funeral homes about current and future needs, occasionally help with birth plans and offer peer support to anyone needing it.

It is a true personal mission to make sure women and families get the support they need before, during and after the loss of their precious baby.

Contact or (513) 619-0100

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