We want to be listeners. Our grief story is not like your grief story. Going through the loss of a baby is painful, overwhelming, and isolating for each individual involved. One clear way to begin your healing journey may involve getting connected with a family who has an understanding of your situation and talking through your feelings with that family.
What We Provide
- Family to Family consultation
- Legacy Kits
- Professional and licensed counseling (up to 6 sessions)
- Faith based support with our church partners in the Metro Atlanta area
- Community outreach initiatives and fundraisers
- Group support care
We want to be connectors. We had no idea what we needed after we lost Lyla Jane. We were connected to excellent counseling help, a wonderful church family to lean on, and a great network of people to connect with. We want to help connect you with some of our wonderful partners that could provide you professional and licensed counseling or a faith family to call home.
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We want to be a safe place for you to come unplug and grieve. After Heather and I lost Lyla, we wanted to get away. Not to run from our situation or hide from our grief and sorrow, but to get away and hold each other. In a dark time, someone stepped in and allowed us an opportunity to be together in one of the toughest moments in our lives. We want to be able to give back to people, the same way we had someone help us.