WISSP - Support Sites and Support Organizations

Support Sites and Support Organizations

Fox Valley Region »
  • St. Elizabeth Hospital
    No formal support group exists, however special activities such as memorial services and a Memory Walk are held for families experiencing any type of pregnancy loss.

  • Appleton Medical Center
    General number: (920) 731-4101

  • Berlin Memorial Hospital
    General number: (920) 361-1313
    No formal support group but RTS grief counselor is available for families experiencing any type of pregnancy loss

  • St. Agnes Hospital
    General number: (920) 929-2300
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 3rd Monday of each month and also has special activities such as burial services, Walk to Remember and a Candlelight service during the holiday season.

  • Theda Clark Regional Medical Center
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 1st Wednesday of every month and alternates between Appleton Medical Center and Theda Clark. Special activities include a Walk to Remember and a Candlelight Memorial Service.

  • New London Family Medical Center
    General number: (920) 982-5330

  • Mercy Medical Center
    General number: (920) 231-8321

  • Ripon Medical Center
    General number: (920) 748-3101

  • Waupun Memorial Hospital

Northcentral Wisconsin »
  • Langlade Memorial Hospital
    General number: (715) 623-2331

  • Rusk County Memorial Hospital
    General number: (715) 532-5561
    Support for families experiencing and kind of pregnancy loss is in the form of Clergy

  • St. Joseph’s Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets on the 1st Monday of every month at 7 pm in the Pastoral Conference Room in the hospital. Special activities include remembrance services periodically throughout the year.

  • Memorial Health Center
    No formal support group exists, however, special activities such as an annual Memory Walk and memorial service are held for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss

  • Good Samaritan Health Center

  • Memorial Medical Center
    General number: (715) 743-3101

  • Flambeau Medical Center
    A Bereavement Counselor is available but is not exclusive to pregnancy loss

  • Wausau Hospital
    General number: (715) 847-2121
    Support group is operated through SAID local chapter. SAID is a self-help group for bereaved parents of children who have died before birth up until the age of two years. The group meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7 pm at the Children’s Service Society (705 South 24th Avenue, suite 402).

  • Riverview Hospital
    General number: (715) 423-6060

  • Howard Young Medical Center
    General number: (715) 356-8000
    No formal support group exists, however special activities such as an annual memorial service is held for families experiencing and kind of pregnancy loss

Eastern Wisconsin »
  • Aurora Bay Care Medical Center
    General number: (920) 288-4495

  • Bellin Memorial Hospital

  • St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center
    Support group is available at A Woman’s Place (1728 Shawano Ave). The group is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss and meets once a month. Special activities include a memorial service and burial at Babyland. Families may also be referred to St. Vincent Hospital . Families preferring individual support can be referred to Elizabeth Ministries.

  • St. Vincent Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with SHARE and RTS and is intended for families experiencing any king of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7 pm. Special activities include a Christmas memorial service as well as other memorial services, annual family picnic, one-to-one parent connection, newsletter and lending library

  • Holy Family Memorial Medical Center
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets on an as needed basis; phone friends are offered for continuous support. Special activities include a Love Light Valentine Tree ceremony and a Christmas remembrance service.

  • Bay Area Medical Center
    General number: (715) 735-6621

  • Community Memorial Hospital
    General number: (920) 846-3444

  • Prairie du Chein Memorial Hospital

  • Shawano Medical Center

  • Door County Memorial Hospital
    Support group is available at the Open Door Clinic (345 S. 18th Ave). The group is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets twice a month on Tuesdays at 7 pm. Special activities include a Christmas Remembrance Service. A Compassionate Friends Group is also available; they can be reached directly at (920) 868-1488.

Northwest Region »
  • Memorial Medical Center
    General number: (715) 682-4563
    No formal support group – families can be referred to a grief counselor if they wish

  • Flambeau Hospital
    General number: (715) 794-2437
    Support group is operated through Compassionate Friends in Phillips. They can be contacted at (715) 339-3991.

  • Spooner Health System
    Families are referred to Duluth for support group activities

Southern Wisconsin »
  • Beaver Dam Community Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. This group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month.

  • St. Clare Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. This group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month, although the schedule can be changed to accommodate interested families. Special activities include memory walks and remembrance services.

  • Beloit Memorial Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. This group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets once a month and also has special activities such as remembrance services and picnics.

  • Columbus Community Memorial Hospital
    General number: (920) 623-2200

  • Upland Hills Health
    No formal support group exists, however special events are held for families experiencing any type of pregnancy loss or loss due to SIDS. Special events include a Walk to Remember and holiday services.

  • Aurora Lakeland Medical Center
    General number: (262) 741-2000

  • Fort Atkinson Memorial Health Services

  • Mercy Hospital

  • Grant Regional Health Center
    No formal support group exists.

  • Meriter Hospital and St. Marys Hospital Medical Center
    Support is available through Bereaved Parents of Madison. The group is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. Special activities include a Christmas Memorial Service.

  • Hess Memorial Hospital
    No formal support group – families can obtain one-on-one support from Reverend Fairchild

  • Southwest Health Center
    General number: 608-348-2331

  • Divine Savior Health Care
    Support group available through the hospital. This group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 3rd Monday of the month from 6:30 –8:00 pm. Special activities include a memory walk and remembrance services.

  • Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital
    General number: (608) 643-3311

  • Reedsburg Area Medical Center
    Support group available through the hospital. This group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. Special activities include a yearly memorial service and a balloon release.

  • Richland Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. This group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. Special activities consist of a Christmas service as well as a burial service.

  • Watertown Memorial Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. This group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets on the last Tuesday of the month and also has special activities such as a Walk to Remember.

Southeast Wisconsin »
  • Elmbrook Memorial Hospital
    Support services are available through the hospital. Services are affiliated with RTS and are intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. Special activities include memorial services, annual Walk to Remember and Kite Fly, quilt square making.

  • Kenosha Hospital and Medical Center
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 3rd Monday of the month at 7 pm at Kenosha Medical Center (6308 8th Avenue).

  • St. Mary’s Hospital
    General number: (262) 243-7300

  • Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital
    General number: (262) 569-9400
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Adult Day Center from 7-8:30 pm. Special activities include a Christmas service.

  • Valley View Medical Center

  • St. Nicholas Hospital
    Families are referred to the Family Resource Center.

  • Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets quarterly at Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center. Special activities include remembrance services.

  • Waukesha Memorial Hospital
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group is affiliated with RTS and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. Special activities are held together with Metro Milwaukee RTS.

Western Wisconsin »
  • Black River Memorial Hospital
    General number: (715) 284-5361

  • Cumberland Memorial Hospital
    General number: (715) 822-2741

  • Sacred Heart Hospital
    Support group is available and is affiliated with both RTS and SHARE. The group is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss. The group meets the 2nd Thursday from 7-8:30 pm at The Healing Place (1010 Oakridge Drive). Special activities include a memory walk and a memorial service.

  • Hudson Hospital
    Families are referred to St. Paul for support group

  • Franciscan Skemp Health Care and Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center
    Contact: Bereavement Services (608) 775-4747/(800)-362-9567 ext 54747 or SHARE Program Coordinators (608) 785-0940 ext 2389/(800) 362-5454 ext 2389
    Support group is available through the hospital. The group called Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group is affiliated with RTS and SHARE and is intended for families experiencing any kind of pregnancy loss as well as infant death. The group meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7 pm in the John and Nettie Mooney Health Resource Center, Patient Education Room, 1st Floor, of Gundersen Clinic(1836 South Ave). Special activities include a Walk to Remember, Gravesite Service for miscarriage and a Christmas Memorial Service.

  • Community Memorial Hospital
    General number: (262) 251-1000

  • Osceola Medical Center
    General number: (715) 294-2111
    Support is in the form of a general support group for any type of grief.

  • Lakeview Medical Center
    General number: (715) 234-1515

  • River Falls Hospital
    Families are referred to United Hospital in St. Paul

  • Franciscan Skemp Health Care-Sparta