COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Three Little Birds Perinatal is proud to offer all the free resources we can, to all of our families!  We also want you to know about the other non-profit organizations, as well as businesses and families, who donate their services to pregnancy and infant loss families in the tri-state area and beyond. 

Dedicated to helping create memories for those parents only given 24 hours or less with their child(ren).

Provides resources and support to families in the Delaware area who have been affected by pregnancy & infant loss

A non-profit organization dedicated to financially supporting families facing a life-threatening fetal diagnosis.

TIAGD provides personal and financial support for families who experience the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

A non-profit organization providing comfort baskets, remembrance cards and support to loss families.

Provides complimentary maternity sessions to TLB families who have a terminal or life limiting fetal diagnosis

TLB families receive 25% off of their first visit/service from the following providers:

Fast Track to Health

Blue Haven Massage/bodywork Food Happy

The Hidden Spire

A Better Massage

Healing Artisan

Fixed by Heather

One Body Massage

Pitman Wellness Essentials

Wondertime is a 3D/4D Ultrasound provider who gives TLB families the gift of a special ultrasound before birth

Haven's float tanks allow customers the opportunity to experience physical and mental relaxation through floating

Use Code COMFORT for a discount to all TLB families

Providing financial resources, as well as information on counseling and resources available.

Pockets of Light provides Support, Compassion and Hope for women and men who have experienced the loss of a pregnancy or infant.

Start Healing Together is a group comprised of staff members from Eastern Regional High School. Some members have personally experienced infertility or pregnancy loss and others simply want to offer their support.

 

The goal for Start Healing Together is trifold: to make members aware of their rights, to offer emotional support, and to direct them to helpful resources.