Crisis Intervention: Theory and Methodology

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APPENDIX C
Infertility Resources

Parent Support Groups
National Self-Help Clearinghouse CUNY Graduate Center, 1206A 33 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 (212) 840-1259
Provides the best means of finding national self-help, mutual-aid groups.
SHARE, c/o Sister Jane Marie Lamb Saint John's Hospital 800 East Carpenter Street Springfield, IL 62769 (217) 544-6464, ext. 5275
Provides a list of national groups for parents who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or newborn loss.
The Compassionate Friends, Inc. PO Box 3696 Oak Brook, IL 60522-3696 (313) 323-5010
Provides a list of self-help groups for bereaved parents who can help each other after the loss of an infant or an older child.
Pregnancy-Loss Peer-Support Program National Council of Jewish Women (New York Section) 9 East 69th Street New York, NY 10021 (212) 535-5900, ext. 16

A nonsectarian support service for parents who have suffered pregnancy loss or stillbirth. Parent support groups meet weekly for 6 weeks and are facilitated by trained volunteers who have also experienced pregnancy loss. Telephone counseling is also available.

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