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Phone: (650)367-6993
PO Box 3693
Redwood City
California 94064
USA
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Target demographics: HAND of the Peninsula serves anyone experiencing the loss of a pregnancy, stillbirth or newborn death.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 144

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Deliver brochures to several hospital labor and delivery, nicu, chaplain and emergency room personnel exchanging contact information.

Geographic areas served: San Francisco Bay Area

Programs: *Annual Service of Remembrance where we honor our lost babies and scatter wildflower seeds.
*Volunteer Appreciation picnic or tea
*Funeral and burial -- financial assistance for needy families

Mission:
To support parents, their relatives and friends during the normal mourning following a miscarriage, genetic abortion, stillbirth or newborn death.
Results:
Since our founding in 1981, HAND of the Peninsula has offered grief support twice a month and subsequent pregnancy support once a month. Over the years we’ve added chapters serving Santa Cruz, San Francisco and Antioch in the East Bay.

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06/30/10
HAND provides unconditional support for grieving parents and those who are pregnant again after a loss. They offer phone support, grief meetings, subsequent pregnancy groups, and an extensive lending library. They also provide training for medical staff, childbirth educators and others in the ... more »
HAND of the Peninsula in California is a wonderful and much needed organization. It helped me and my husband cope after losing precious twin babies who were born premature. We were able to share our story, our grief, our feelings with other parents who had been through (or who were going through) ... more »
06/26/10
I came to HAND in 1995, after my first child was stillborn due to an umbilical cord accident. The loss was totally devastating, and at times, I didn't think I could possibly recover. HAND was there for me through many months of grieving, as well as four subsequent pregnancies, two of which ended ... more »
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