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The Compassionate Friends

We Need Not Walk Alone magazine is now available online

Courtesy of The Compassionate Friends, you, your family, and friends can now read We Need Not Walk Alone magazine online without charge. To sign up for free access, go to and click on "National Magazine Sign-Up" at the top of the page.

Parents of Murdered Children: For the families and friends of

those who have died by violence. 100 E. Eight St. Suite 101 * Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

(888) 818-7662 /

Share: Pregnancy and Infant loss support

The National Share Office, 402 Jackson St. * St. Charles, MO 63301

(800) 821-6819 /

SIDS Resource Center: Provides information services and technical assistance on sudden infant death syndrome and related topics.

2115 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 601 * Washington, DC 20007

(866) 866-7437 /

TAPS: Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors provides services to those who lost a loved while serving in the Armed Forces.

2001 E Street NW Suite 600 * Washington, DC 20009

(800) 959-8277 /

AARP: American Association of Retired People grief and loss program includes online resources and support groups on coping with the loss of a family member.

601 E Street NW * Washington, DC 20049

(888) 687-2277 ?

Now I Lay me Down to Sleep: When a baby or infant has died, Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep, through its nationwide network of professional photographers, will arrange a tasteful private sitting at the hospital with no charge for any services or picture.

Griefnet: offers e-mail support groups for the bereaved including parents, siblings, and grandparents.

It also offers a wade variety of bereavement related content including a comprehensive resource guide of bereavement organizations and sister website for bereaved children

More bereavement resources are listed under Other Grief Resources on the national website:

For further information, contact The Compassionate Friends, Inc.

P.O. Box 3696, Oak Brook, Il. 60522-3696

Toll-free: (877) 969-0010 * Fax (630) 990-0246

E-mail: *

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