Memory Garden Services for Pregnancy and Infant Loss
You Are Not Alone
At Jewish Family and Children’s Services, we honor and support families who have experienced the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death.
Our compassionate bereavement counselors are here to help individuals and families of all faiths and backgrounds during this time of grief and loss. We continue to offer emotional, practical, and spiritual support—both virtually and in person.
We can help with:
• Practical steps after a loss
• Rabbinic and/or interfaith chaplain support in considering options for burial and memorializing
• Grief support and counseling
We are here to help you. Please call JFCS to speak with a counselor or rabbi today: 415-449-1212
“The recognition that I felt from my therapist at JFCS was so comforting. Life is now moving in a beautiful way towards our next chapter.”—Gal, JFCS client and mother of baby Tikva
The Memory Garden: A Sacred Place to Reflect and Heal
The Memory Garden, located within Sinai Memorial Chapel’s Eternal Home Cemetery in Colma, provides a dedicated space where families who have experienced miscarriage or baby loss can come to reflect, meditate, and mourn.
This beautiful, first-of-its-kind garden establishes a communal space for those who are grieving.
Learn more about the garden at thememorygarden.org >
Beyond the Garden
JFCS’ Bereavement and Healing Services, in collaboration with Sinai Memorial Chapel’s Memory Garden and in cooperation with community organizations, synagogues, clergy, and the Bay Area medical community, is raising awareness about the vital support available to families experiencing pregnancy-related loss.
We are here to help medical practitioners, social workers, and therapeutic clinicians communicate with their patients about the various options available to them after experiencing such a loss.
Call today to find out more: 415-449-1212
Learn what JFCS is doing to lead the way to a new path for Jewish healing after pregnancy loss here.
Learn about the Memory Garden, a place for grieving families to turn.
See a list of other Jewish Community Resources for those experiencing Miscarriage and Infant Loss.