History

Heartstrings Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support was born out of the personal loss of twin infants by a Greensboro, N.C., resident in the spring of 2004. As she struggled through the days and months that followed, she became determined that no one should have to face the loss of their baby alone. With the encouragement of Kids Path® in Greensboro and several other area agencies and bereaved parents, Heartstrings Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support was formed. 

The Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Group was the first program offered by the organization. The first 12-week group cycle started in March, 2005. Today, Heartstrings offers three group cycles annually in Guilford County, two group cycles annually in Forsyth County and two group cycles annually in Rockingham County.

Connections was added in November, 2005 to bring together bereaved parents who have experienced similar losses for one-to-one support and encouragement.  Today, Heartstrings has more than 60 trained support parents who provide support to families throughout the United States.

The need for subsequent pregnancy support soon became evident as families went through emotional pregnancies following their loss. Heartstrings added a Subsequent Pregnancy Program in October, 2006, which offers one-to-one support for those who are pregnant again.

We would like to be there for you during this difficult time in whatever way we can. Please call (336) 335-9931 to find out more about our programs as well as other community resources that you may find helpful.