Grupos de apoyo en el Mundo

Los enlaces que se relacionan a continuación son externos y no guardan ninguna relación con la SEIT excepto los especificados como tales.



• Asociation Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. Secrétariat national 24 Place du Vieux Marché 02460 – La Ferté Milon. N° de téléphone :
EKR – Ile de France. Maison des Associations, 10 ter rue Fontaine BP 132 75422 – PARIS Cedex 09, N° de téléphone-fax :
EKR Rhône Alpes. BP 9, 69571 – DARDILLY Cedex, N° de téléphone :, Fax :


• Befriending Network (support for seriously ill)
• Care of Next Infant (CONI)
(support after infant death)
• Child Bereavement Trust
• Child Death Helpline
• Compassionate Friends
(Bereavement Support)
• Cot Death Society
(Bereavement Care)
• Foundation for Study of Infant Deaths
• Rainbow Centre For Children
(seriously ill children)
• Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
• RoadPeace
(Support After Murder &Manslaughter)
(Stillbirth And Neonatal Death Society)
• Sudden Death Support Association
• Winston’s Wish
(bereavement support)



Centre for Reproductive Loss, PO Box 282, Station Cote St. Luc, Montreal, Quebec Canada H4V 2Y4, (514) 486-6708. Provides professional support services to those persons who have been touched by the pain of infant loss. Services include Counselling; referral, follow-up, support groups, telephone contact, info, and educational programs.

The Compassionate Friends of Canada, 685 Williams Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 0Z2, (204) 787-4896. Mutual assistance groups for bereaved parents and siblings for the loss of a child at any age.

Pen Parents of Canada, Po Box 52548, RPO Coquitlam Centre, Coquitlam, BC, Canada, V3B 7J4. A correspondence network for parents who have suffered the tragedy of pregnancy loss or the death of a child.

Perinatal/Pregnancy Loss Group, Oakville Family Therapy Centre, 345 Lakeshore Road, East Suite 206, Oakville, Ontario Canada L6J-1J5.


The Arizona Sudden Infant Death Foundation
. Provides immediate and ongoing support for bereaved families. PO Box 1111. Phoenix, Arizona 85001-1111. (602) 433-SIDS, (800) 597-SIDS. Email:

S.O.L.O.S. Survivors of Loved Ones´ Suicides
. SOLOS, Inc. PO Box 592 Dumfries, VA 22026-0592. Email:

M.I.S.S. Foundation
. MISS, c/o Joanne Cacciatore, Founder. P.O. Box 5333, Peoria, Az 85385-5333. Email:

The Centre for Living with Dying
. 554 Mansion Park Drive. Santa Clara, CA 95054. (408) 980-9801. Email:

The Compassionate Friends of Atlanta. Grief support after child´s death.

The Dougy Center
. The National Center for Grieving Children & Families. PO Box 86852. 3909 SE 52nd Ave. Portland OR 97206 USA. Email:

Abiding Hearts, P.O. Box 904 Libby, MT 59923; (406)293-4416, FAX:406-587-7197. A support system for parents continuing pregnancyafter prenatal diagnosis of fatal (or non-fatal) birth defects; unplannedpregnancies included. Also a newsletter for parents who choose to carry a babywith a genetic defect to term. A $5 donation is requested to help defray mailingcosts.

A.G.A.S.T. (Alliance of Grandparents Against SIDS Tragedy), PO Box 17281, Phoenix, AZ 85011-0281, 602-604-8462, 888-774-7437; Fax 602-604-8461. Volunteer organization to work with grandparents. Newsletter available.

AMEND (Aiding a Mother [& Father] Experiencing Neonatal Death), Maureen Connelly, 4324 Berrywick Terrace, St. Louis, MO 63128, (314) 487-7582; Martha Eise, 1559 Ville Rosa Hazelwood, Mo. 63042, 314-291-0892; or Jane Borman, 2209 Gillis Alton, Illinois 62002, 618-466-7129. Coordinates one-on-one peer phone counseling for parents who need understanding and caring through others listening.

AMEND (Aiding Mothers Experiencing Neonatal Death) of Tampa Bay FL, Program Director Karen M. Frazier, RN, (813) 631 9519. Counseling support and meetings monthly in Tampa Bay area–call for place and time.

American Psychiatric Association, 1400 K Street NW, Washington DC 20005, (202) 682-6850. Provides referral information about Licensed Psychiatrists in your area. –

American Psychological Association, 750 First Street NE, Washington DC 20002-4242, (202) 336-5500; 1-800-964-2000. Will use your zip code to locate and connect you with the referral system in your area (US and Canada).

An Ache In Their Hearts, University of Queensland, Department of Child Health, Clarence Court, Mater Children´s Hospital, South Brisbane, QLD 4101 Australia, (07) 840-8154 or FAX (07) 844-9069. A complete and comprehensive intervention program for communities to support families affected by miscarriage, stillbirth and infant death. The package includes training programs and instruction manual.

Angel Babies Forever Loved, PO Box 3196, Boynton Beach, Florida 33424. A non-profit group established to support grieving parents of infants, whether from miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal loss, or SIDS.

Bereaved Parents USA, PO Box 95, Park Forest, IL 60466, (708) 748-7672. Provides a network of peer support groups, a newsletter, resources, and special help to parents who have lost a child.

Centering Corporation, PO Box 4600, Omaha, NE 68104, (402) 553-1200; Fax (402) 553-0507. Sells literature on death, dying, and coping with bereavement issues, including infant loss, divorce, illness, disability, death of children, adults and pets. Catalog available by request.

CLIMB, Inc., (Center for Loss In Multiple Birth, Inc.), c/o Jean Kollantai, P.O. Box 91377, Anchorage, AK 99509, (907) 222-5321. A support network by and for parents who have experienced the death of one or more, both or all babies from a twin or higher multiple pregnancy, during pregnancy, at or after birth, or in childhood. E-mail address is:

The Compassionate Friends, Inc., National Headquarters, PO Box 3696, Oak Brook, IL 60522-3696, (630) 990-0010 or FAX (630) 990-0246; toll-free 1-877-969-0010. A self-help organization of bereaved parents with many local chapters. For families who have had a child of any age die from any cause.

The Empty Cradle, (619) 595-3887. A local support group for parents in the San Diego CA area who have experienced the loss of a baby due to miscarriage stillbirth or infant death. The telephone number (619) 595-3887 is available 24 hours a day–leave your name and phone number and a parent contact will return your call as soon as possible. The group holds monthly group meetings, have a lending library, a newsletter, and individual telephone support.

The Empty Cradle Foundation, PO Box 90604, Henderson NV 89009.

Friends Supporting Parents, PO BOX 71912, Madison Heights, MI 48071. 810-772-4484 (24-hour: leave name and number for parent contact return call). A local support group for families in the metroplitan Detroit area created to help serve the needs of families experiencing miscarriage, stillbirth, and newborn death. They hold monthly meetings, has lending library, quarterly newsletter and individual telephone support.

Grief Recovery Help Line, (800) 445-4808. A public service of the Grief Recovery Institute Foundation, the hotline is free of chargenad provides personal help with loss and grief of all kinds.

HAND of the Peninsula, P.O. Box 3693, Redwood City, CA 94064 (650) 367-6993. HAND (Helping After Neonatal Death) offers a support group, 24 hour telephone crisis support, funeral planning and financial assistance to families in need. They also provide a bilingual resource library (Spanish and English). They also publish a quarterly newsletter and maintain an online resource for support after a neonatal loss.

Hannah´s Prayer, PO Box 5016, Auburn, CA 95604-5016, (775) 852-9202; email A organization with Christian emphasis, concentrating on infertility or the loss of a child at any time from conception through early infancy. Have network of local care/support chapters throughout the US, a newsletter, and penpal connections.

Helping Other Parents In Normal Grieving (HOPING), E.W. Sparrow Hospital, PO Box 30480, 1215 East Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48909-7980, (517) 483-3873. Information and resources to bereaved parents includes individual parent-to-parent support, a photograph and keepsake bag program, a library, and meetings for the community at large.

M.E.N.D. (Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death), Po Box 1007, Coppell, TX 75019, (888) 695-MEND; email Holds support group meetings with a Christian emphasis in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. Monthly meetings for those families whose baby has died, a monthly meeting for subsequent pregnancy after a loss, and four times a year there is a “Daddies group” meeting.

M.I.S.S. (Mothers In Support and Sympathy), P.O. Box 5333, Peoria, AZ 85385-5333. Call Joanne Cacciatore, phone or fax (623) 979-1000, or call Julie White, (602) 584-0805 (voice). A regional (Arizona) grass roots organization dedicated to supporting parents one to one after the death of an infant or young child. Referrals to peer contacts and ancillary organizations offered.

National Office of Post Abortion Reconciliation and Healing, PO Box 07477, Milwaukee, WI 53207-0477, (414) 483-4141 and provides (800) 593-2273 referral line for those seeking assistance in reconciling an abortion experience. Religious-affiliated organization providing support and resources.

National SIDS & Infant Death Program Support Center, 1314 Bedford Avenue, Suite 205-B, Balitmore MD 21208, (800) 638-7437, (410) 415-6628, Fax (410) 415-5093. This organization is attempting to create a nationwide network for private and public organizations, committed to ameliorating SIDS and reducing infant mortality. At the core is the desire to provide an umbrella for SIDS and other infant death efforts across the country to encourage networking, sharing of resources and experience.

National SIDS Resource Center, 2070 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 450, Vienna VA 22182, (703) 821-8955. Sponsored by the U.S. Government Department of Health and Human Services, it offers a variety of free publications on SIDS as well as a resource list and abstracts of periodicals and books published on the topic. Keeps a database of all English-language publications on SIDS and where to find them. Email:

Open ARMs (Abortion Related Ministries) Patti Goodien-Slauson, PO Box 9292, Colorado Springs, CO 80932, (719) 573-5790. Affiliated groups national Christian post-abortion support group for those suffering from an abortions emotional aftermath.

PATH (Parents Available To Help), 42 Brookwood Drive, Branford, CT 06405.

Pen Parents, Inc., PO Box 8738, Reno, NV 89507-8738, (702) 826-7332, FAX (702) 829-0866; email A correspondence network for parents who have suffered the tragedy of pregnancy loss or the death of a child. A good resource for professionals, too.

Perinatal Loss Project, 2116 NE 18th Avenue, Portland, OR 97212-2621, (503) 284-7426. Booklets, cards and videos available for purchase.

Pineapple Press, PO Box 312, St. Johns, MI 48879, (517) 224-1881. Several books available and the publish a newsletter for parents who have interrupted their pregnancies.

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Center, 1421 E. Wayzata Blvd., Suite #30, Wayzata, MN 55391, (612) 473-9372, (612) 473-8978. A national non-profit that offers local and national support group information, a parent-to-parent peer support program, and professional training on miscarriage, stillbirth and infant death. They offer membership and a quarterly newsletter for $20 per year.

Pregnancy Loss Support Program, National Council of Jewish Women, NY Section, 9 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021, For more information about receiving counseling or joining a support group, please call (212) 687-5030 ext. 40. A non-sectarian service offering peer telephone counseling and support groups to men and women after miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death. Support for parents during subsequent pregnancies. Spanish available.

Rainbow Connection, 477 Hannah Branch Rd., Burnsville, NC 28714, (704) 675-5909, FAX (704) 675-9687. A resource organization providing networking, training and resources related to loss and grief, death and dying, comfort and hope.

Raindrops, Hospice of Ponca City, 1904 North Union, Suite 103, Ponca City, OK 74601, (580) 762-9102, Fax: (580) 762-9111. Support services for individuals as well as organizations, dedicated to aiding bereaved parents. They house a sewing center where volunteers make clothing (gowns, blankets, bonnets) and other mementos (stillborn and miscarriage pouches). Email address:

RTS Bereavement Services, Gunderson Lutheran Medical Center, 1910 South Ave., LaCrosse, WI 54601, 1-800-362-9567, ext. 4747. Email: Hospital-based organization offering a support group, literature, and professional education after miscarriage, stillbirth, and neonatal death.

SHARE (National Office), St. Joseph´s Health Center, 300 First Capitol Drive, St. Charles, MO 63301-2893, (800) 821-6819, (314) 947-6164, FAX (314) 947-7486. Offers support to families who have had a miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death. Provides a newsletter, network of worldwide support groups, literature and referrals.

Support After Fetal Diagnosis of Abnormality (SAFDA), Royal Hospital for Women, Locked Bag 2000, Randwick, New South Wales Australia 2031. Contact Sheila Sim (02) 9382-6670, Bronwyn Butler (02) 9926-7324 or SANDS (02) 9906-7004.

U.N.I.T.E., c/o Jeanes Hospital, 7600 Central Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111, (215) 728-3777. Provides grief support following the death of a baby, including miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, and infant death; maintains local chapters (predominantly in PA and NJ); offers educational programs to professionals and public; offers training workshops for grief counselors and group facilitators.

Wintergreen Press, 3630 Eileen St., Maple Plain, MN 55359, (952) 476-1303. Sells books, booklets, audio-visual materials and consultant/trainer on the subject of miscarriage and infant loss.

Wisconsin Stillbirth Service Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Clinical Genetics Center, 1500 Highland Avenue, Madison, WI 53705-2280, (608) 262-9722. Serves individuals who have experienced the tragedy of stillbirth, and professionals who care for them.



Fundación Piero Rafael Martínez De La Hoz. Acompañando en el Sufrimiento. Ave. Balboa, Edificio Atalaya, Local 8. P.O. Box 55-0939, Paitilla. Panamá, Rep. de Panamá. Teléfono: + (507) 227-7498. Telefax: + (507) 227-0718. E-mail:

• Asociación Renacer. Pedro e Irma Capagnani. Reuniones: 2º y 4º martes de cada mes. E-mail: Teléfono: (507) 213 9941


• Corporación Nacional del Cáncer.
Providencia. Telf. 737-5520

• Corporación Amor y Esperanza para el Niño Oncológico. Santiago. Telf. 681-6464

• Asociación Renacer en Chile:
Santiago de Chile:
Oficina Central– 11 de Setiembre 1945- Of. 906- Tel: 223-1455- Providencia
Instituto Cultural de las Condes – Av. Las Condes 6570 – Primer marte de cada mes a las 19 Hr.
Edificio de “Provida” – Pedro de Valdivia 100 (esq. 11 de Setiembre) – El primer martes de cada mes a las 19 Hr.
Salón Municipal de Estación Central – Nicasio Retamales 39 (Metro Pila del Ganso) – El primer martes de cada mes a las 19 Hr.
Salón Municipal de la Florida – Cabildo 165 – El primer martes de cada mes a las 19 Hr.
Corporación Cultural de Ñuñoa – Irarrazaval 4280 (esq. Ortuzar) – El primer miércoles de cada mes a las 19 Hr.
Fundación Nuestros Hijos.– Hospital E. G. Cortés – Barros Luco 3370, San Miguel
Viña del Mar – Centro Cultural de la Ilustre Municipalidad de Viña del Mar. Av. Libertad 250. El tercer marte de cada mes a las 19 Hr.
Concepción – Universidad del Desarrollo. Ainavillo 456 – El primer miércoles de cada mes a las 19,30 Hr.
Chépica (VI Región, al interior de San Fernando) – Comunidad Empresarial de Desarrollo Social. El tercer lunes de cada mes.
Los Angeles – Local de la Cruz Roja. San Martín 301 –
Osorno – Colegio de Profesores – El primer miércoles de cada mes a las 19 Hr.
Valdivia – Local de la Cruz Roja – Arauco 810 – El último jueves de cada mes.


• Servicio de Intervención en Crisis y Consejería. Unidad de Duelo San Vicente, Dr. J. Montoya Carrasquilla, MD, MSc. Calle Carrera 51 D #61-20, Medellín – Colombia. Teléfono: 511.95.33. Horarios: 8:00 a 11:30 y de 13:30 a 19:30, de lunes a viernes. Sábados de 8:00 a 13:30 horas. Grupos de ayuda mutua (muerte perinatal, padres que han perdido hijos, viudas/viudos, sucidio, mixto, niños), consejeria, terapia individual, terapia grupal, intervención en crisis, debriefing, consulta on-line, unidad de duelo móvil, escuela de padres. Email:

• Ricardo Guevara. Psicólogo. Herramientas para facilitar la recuperación de un doliente. Cali, Colombia. Email:

• Fundación Vida Por Amor A Ellos. Ctra 7 No 32-16 Oficina 1403. Bogotá (Colombia). Teléfono: 3500274 – 5613490. Horario de atención: lunes-viernes 8a.m.- 6p.m. Servicios: Grupos de Mutua Ayuda (padres, enfermedad terminal, viudez, separacion, Discapacidades), Terapia Individual; Homilias de reflexion y fortalecimiento espiritual. E-mail:


• Vivir el Duelo. Patricia Nieto Velasco. Psicóloga. Orientación psicoanalítica. Terapia breve focalizada. Móvil.(094) 268899. E-mail:

• Asociación Renacer:
Artigas: Bertram Becker y Sra. Sonia. Aparicio Saravia 317. Artigas CP 55.000. Teléfono: (077)22212
Canelones: Adriana Gómez de Padilla. Baltasar Brum 94. Canelones CP 90.000. E-mail: Teléfono: (033) 2.59.37
Cardona – Florencio Sanchez: Jorge Castro y Liliana Clavero. Viera y Benavídez s/n. Florencio Sánchez, Dep. Colonia. Teléfonos: (053) 6.97.25 –
Florida: Silvia Páez. Lavalleja 381. Florida CP 94.000. Teléfono: (035) 2.42.05
La Paz – Las Piedras: Ma. Teresa Martínez de Presa. Camino América 456 casi Av. Artigas.
Las Piedras. Depto. de Canelones. Teléfonos: (02) 364.57.47, (02) 364.75.15 Flia. Carballo
Mercedes: Manuel Barcelona y Sra. Serrana. Espinosa 436. Mercedes CP 75.000. Teléfono: (053) 2.28.96
Clever y Alba Telefax : 005982 600-66-68
Diego y Alicia Teléfono: 005982 622-93-99
Liliana Arpi Teléfono: 005982 708-52-15 
Reuniones 1º y 3º lunes de cada mes en Sindicato Médico del Uruguay. Boulevard Artigas 1515.  Montevideo
Nueva Helvecia: Jorge Arduín y Alba. Germán Ymhoff 997. Nueva Helvecia. Depto. de Colonia. Teléfono: (055) 4.60.05, Fax: (055) 45003
Pando: Marta y Oscar (02) 292.22.55
Paysandú: Julio Poggio y Sra. Ema. Dr. Felippone 1227. Paysandú. Teléfono: (072) 3.21.53. E-mail:
Pinamar: Ana y Enrique (037) 6.76.13
Tacuarembó: Severo Núñez y Sra. Ana. Joaquín Suárez 92. Tacuarembó. Teléfonos: (063) 2.40.46 Flia. Núñez. Flia. Conde. E-mail:
Totoral del Sauce: Teresita y Roberto (02) 293.91.42
Treinta y tres: Adela Servetto. Manuel Oribe 1381 Apto. 102 “Edificio Plaza”. Treinta y Tres 33.000. Teléfonos: (045) 2.60.01, Flia. Mier Iguini (045) 2.39.78


• Grupo de Ayuda para Padres que perdieron hijos. Villa Guaraní-Asunción. Telf. 603410

• Asociación Renacer. Asunción: María Eugenia y Claudio Tosoni – Itapúa 455 c/ Molas Lopez – Teléfono (595 21)282286. Lilian, Carlos Penayo – Tel : (981)418617 y (595 21) 298636 Atilio y Celeste Pereyra – Tel: (00595-21)205339 – Sgto Gauto 428 y J.Rivera. E-mail: 




The Compassionate Friends of Western Australia (Inc.)
. A self-help organisation offering support to familes after the death of a child at any age and from any cause. Bereaved Parent Centre. City West Lotteries House. 2 Delhi Street. WEST PERTH. WESTERN AUSTRALIA 6005. Tel (08) 9486 8717. Fax (08) 9486 8711. Email

Máster Universitario en Cuidados al Final de la Vida

Universidad de La Laguna

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