Sids Resources, Inc.

Rating: 4.86 stars   14 reviews


4051 Broadway Kansas City MO 64111 USA


To promote safe practices which reduce the risk of infant death and to provide bereavement support for families who have lost babies.

Geographic areas served:

Missouri and surrounding counties


The outreach and education program of SIDS Resources strives to permeate the infant care giving community with the information necessary to keep babies healthy and safe.
 Over 100 babies die each year in the state of Missouri. The risk reduction and safe sleep messages are designed for all care providers (grandparents and child care providers) so that all those who care for infants (or teach others to care for infants) know the strategies to prevent infant death. Because SIDS remains the # 1 cause of infant death in the age range from one month to one year, and because 90-95 % of sudden infant death situations occur in unsafe sleep situations; it is critical that the community understand the risk and apply risk reduction/safe sleep strategies

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Rating: 5 stars  

7 people found this review helpful

In June, my 3 months and 2 day old nephew died while at daycare. He was put down for a nap on his tummy in a pack and play and he suffocated. Although SIDS wasn't the reason for death, SIDS Resources does teach caregivers of infants the safe way to put a baby to sleep. SIDS Resources has been incredibly helpful and generous to our family in our time of need. They are an amazing organization and deserve every bit of credit they can get.

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The support they give to grieivng families is amazing. Lori and her staff work tirelessly to continue their services free of charge to families in their darkest hour. SIDS Resources is a vital organization to our community.

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About every six months

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