About PILSC

How We Are Different

We actively acknowledge that grief affects all the members of a family (such as the birthing person, partners, grandparents and siblings) who have been touched by loss. Our peer support programming is open to any family member (including grandparents) who have been impacted, not only the birthing person and their partners.

Our center provides ongoing, long term support across all stages of the loss journey. We provide support that addresses the unique needs of our community at every stage (initial grief, trying to conceive, pregnant again, and parenting post loss)

We provide inclusive care within pregnancy and neonatal loss communities. Our organization is the only one in Canada that is proactively addressing the impacts that pregnancy and neonatal loss has on people who identify within diverse and marginalized communities.

Our organization was founded by bereaved parents who help drive the the focus of what programming gaps still remain for the community. We offer our support in a warm and non-clinical setting.