Other organisations that can support you after a miscarriage

You are not alone. There are lots of organisations that can provide more advice and support after a miscarriage.  

If you’re worried that you or your partner are struggling to cope after losing a baby, it may help to talk to your GP. They should be able to help you get further support.  

You can also talk to a Tommy’s midwife free of charge from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday on 0800 0147 800. You can email them at [email protected]. Our midwives are trained in bereavement support.  

If you are looking for support after IVF or other fertility treatment, you can also speak to your clinic. Most clinics have counselling services attached to them. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has a page on when treatment doesn’t work.  

The following organisations also offer information and support after a miscarriage, ectopic or molar pregnancy.

Miscarriage Association  

The Miscarriage Association can help anyone affected by the loss of a baby in pregnancy. Their services include a pregnancy loss helpline and live chat service. They also offer face to face and Zoom support groups and Facebook peer support groups. They have lots of information and support to help you through. They offer support for those pregnant after a loss and information for workplaces.  

They have an interview with a specialist counsellor which may be helpful.  

Saying Goodbye  

Saying Goodbye provides information and support to anyone who has lost a baby in pregnancy, at birth or in infancy.  

They also organise the Saying Goodbye Services. They are for people affected by the loss of a baby, whether the loss was recent or historic. They also welcome anyone who is grieving the fact that they have never had children.  

Child Bereavement UK  

Child Bereavement UK supports families when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying. They have a helpline, face-to-face groups and information resources.  

Cruse Bereavement Care  

Cruse Bereavement Care helps people understand their grief and cope with their loss. They have a helpline a network of local branches where you can find support.   


FiveXMore highlight and change Black maternal outcomes in the UK. They have information for Black women and birthing people who are pregnant, including some on baby loss, created with Tommy’s.  

LGBT Mummies 

LGBT Mummies have a miscarriage and baby loss support group

Miscarriage for Men 

Miscarriage for Men has a community forum with links and blogs.  

Asian Miscarriage Hub

Asian Miscarriage Hub campaigns to reduce the stigma of miscarriage in the South Asian community.  

Hope Bereavement Support

Hope Bereavement Support offers culturally sensitive miscarriage and pregnancy loss support groups.  


Petals delivers a free specialist counselling to people affected by trauma related to pregnancy loss.  

Lighthouses Therapy Services

Lighthouses Therapy Services offer support, counselling and retreats.


Relate offers counselling services for every type of relationship. You can have face-to-face, telephone and online counselling, either alone or as a couple. They also offer sex therapy.      

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy  

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy has a directory of qualified private therapists in your local area.  You may be able to filter to find therapists experienced in supporting people who have experienced baby loss.  

The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust  

The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust has information resources, a helpline and a forum.    

Molar Pregnancy Support and Information  

Molar Pregnancy Support and Information provides information and support to people affected by molar pregnancy.  

Review dates
Reviewed: 20 February 2024
Next review: 20 February 2027