Spreading Hope After Pregnancy Loss
Time to Listen. Time to Grieve. Time to Heal.
We provide support to anyone...
Who has experienced pregnancy loss through miscarriage, termination, ectopic pregnancy or stillbirth
With an unplanned pregnancy*
Needing support through their pregnancy
Experiencing infertility or secondary infertility
Experiencing perinatal mental health problems
We provide inclusive support across Norfolk to anyone who has been affected by pregnancy loss. To make an appointment or speak to someone, please contact us.
*Please note that although we can offer advice on available options, we do not refer women directly for termination of pregnancy.
HOW WE CAN SUPPORT YOU?
Support for couples
We can help couples navigate the loss of a pregnancy, this can be done together or separately.
If you are pregnant and are unsure what you want to do: we provide the space and time to think about what you want to do; whether you want to discuss your options or think about who to tell first, we are here for you.
How does it work?
We offer face to face support at our centres in Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Kings Lynn. We also offer online video and telephone support for those unable to visit one of our centres.
We deliver our services through volunteers and are funded by charitable donations.
Please consider becoming a financial supporter and donating. These donations are key in continuing our work of supporting people following pregnancy loss.
We provide free support to anyone who has experienced pregnancy loss, no matter how long ago. It could be a recent loss you are struggling coming to terms with or it could have happened a while ago, but you would like help to move forward.
We also offer support to women who are struggling with being pregnant after a loss or a traumatic birth.
We have opportunities for people who would like to volunteer as practitioners and/or administrators and also for anyone who would like to speak and/or raise money on our behalf.
Do you think more people need to know about TimeNorfolk? We can provide leaflets and posters or even come and speak at your local group.