Illinois Long-Term Resources

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Please also visit:



  • MEND
  • The SBD Love Cupboards host various group gatherings, including Sewing Circles
  • The SBD Professional Doulas host various group gatherings, including Birthing Healing retreats and workshops for stillbirthday parents



  • SIDS of Illinois, Inc.
    Ms. Pam Borchardt
    Executive Director Operations
    710 East Ogden Avenue, #550
    Naperville, IL 60563
    Phone: (630) 305-7300
    Fax: (630) 305-4773
    Services: family, packet, newsletter, individual peer support, support groups, video/DVD support group for rural families, no stillbirth & miscarriage support, provides Spanish materials & services, covers state of IL.
  • Bereaved Parents of the USA
    Ms. Dave Alexander
    Director of Board
    P.O. Box 95
    Park Forest, IL 60466
    Phone: (708) 748-7866
  • SIDS/Infant Mortality Program
    Nicki Woolverton
    Illinois Department of Health
    535 W. Jefferson St.
    Springfield, IL 62761
    Phone: (217) 557-2931
    Fax: (217) 557-5396
    Services: referral to local PHN in family’s county of residence, home visit for counseling & referral to support services, info on SIDS, grief & bereavement to parents via personal letter and packet. No stillbirth/miscarriage services, limited bilingual materials. Covers state of IL.
    Jane Borman
    2209 Gillis
    Alton, IL 62002
    Phone: (618) 466-7129
  • Department of Public Health SIDS/IM Program
    Barbara Breidenbaugh
    500 E. Monroe Street, 1st Fl
    Springfield, IL 62701
    Phone: (217) 557-2931


Books, Websites and More:

Please be sure to visit the immediate emotional health resources that include crisis hotlines, websites, and books on bereavement.


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