October 25, 2013

Resources for miscarriage, stillbirth, early infant loss and infertility

Medical resources

  • For more information on NaProTechnology (Natural Procreative Technology), log on to www.naprotechnology.com.
  • To find Creighton Model System instructors in Indiana and the surrounding states, log on to www.fertilitycare.org/indiana.
  • To find NaProTechnology medical consultants in Indiana and the surrounding states, log on to www.fertilitycare.org/indiana-medical-consultants.
  • For more information on the St. Gianna FertilityCare Center in Indianapolis, call The Kolbe Center at 317-726-0777 or call Kathryn Niswonger at 317-373-7341. Long distance education is available via Skype.
  • For more information on the Covenant Resources FertilityCare Center in Greensburg, call Rebecca Harpring at 812-222-1881, email Rebecca@CovenantResourcesFCC.org, or log on to www.CovenantResourcesFCC.org. Long distance education is available via Skype.
  • For more information on the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction in Omaha, Neb., log on to www.popepaulvi.com.

Emotional support

  • For information on miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant loss support groups or events in the archdiocese, log on to www.archindy.org/family/bereavement.html.
  • For more information on Heartprints Ministry at Holy Spirit Parish at Geist in Fishers, Ind., in the Lafayette Diocese, log on to www.hspgeist.org/christian_service/heartprints-ministry.htm.
  • The Jeremiah Project, which offers retreats for women and couples who have suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant loss, will offer a healing retreat of peer ministry, discussion, self-reflection and prayer from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 9 at St. Monica Parish, 6131 N. Michigan Road in Indianapolis. To register, contact Elizabeth Escoffery at 317-446-4248 or e-mail her at elizabethannejamison@gmail.com. Registration is due by Nov. 5. When registering, indicate if baby-sitting services will be required.

 

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