Peer Support

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Peer support is about reaching out to those experiencing the devastating pain of losing an infant or toddler, and helping them along the path to recovery. Receiving emotional encouragement from others who have had similar experiences can be helpful throughout the grief journey.

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If you feel that connecting with peer support would be helpful, please fill out the Peer Contact Request Form and the Authorization for Release of Information, and contact the Angel Eyes Bereavement Counselor.

If you believe you are ready to offer peer support to individuals or families with similar experiences, please fill out the Peer Contact Application and the Authorization for Release of Information, and contact the Angel Eyes Bereavement Counselor. Anyone interested in becoming a Peer Contact must meet with the Bereavement Counselor before being approved.