NICU Family Resources

You will find many of the leading NICU & Premature Baby resources here. Click & Connect.

"Giving a voice to premature babies and their families across Canada."

CPBF-FBPC is a family-led organization who believes in supporting the best standards of care for premature babies.

Our mission is to encourage and empower past, present and expecting NICU families in Kentucky by providing peer support, education and resources. 

Provides specialty items that are specifically suited to the needs of all NICU babies, whether preemies or full-term.

Is a trustworthy source of insight into how to thrive in the NICU.

We are a family who believe that if we all do a little something we can changed the world. It all starts in our own backyards.

We support giving back initiatives to people and organizations to support their journeys providing a positive perspective and memories towards unfolding their beautiful stories.

Hand to Hold helps families before, during, and after a NICU stay and infant loss by providing powerful resources for the whole family, and most importantly, one-on-one mentoring from someone who has been there.

She utilizes her training as a certified birth professional, and incorporates her experiences as a mother of a micro preemie, born at 26 weeks, to provide the highest level of care to families.

He has a wonderful supportive guide out. It is your toolkit to being in control of your NICU experience. It can be read in less than 15 minutes and has been written by past NICU / Preemie Dads for new NICU / Preemie Dads.

Oliver's Little Warriors is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization that supports NICU families and raises Group B Strep awareness.
We offer support through care packages to mothers at local Kansas City hospitals during their child's NICU stay!

Started by a parent of preemies, NICU Healing strives to provide clinical resources to parents in coping with the traumatic stress of having a child in the NICU, and to uncover the hidden strengths of the families faced with this incredible challenge.

Care packages, hospital events, peer-to-peer support, financial aid, educational materials, and other Project Sweet Peas services, support the cultural, spiritual, emotional, and financial needs of families as they endure life in the NICU.

TTMF started in 2004 and provides compassionate support services to families with premature babies. They are currently partnering with 5 area hospitals in their community of Fairfield County, Connecticut and beyond. 



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