Support the Infant Death Center

The Infant Death Center reaches across Wisconsin to ensure every family affected by the sudden and unexpected death of an infant is provided with grief and bereavement resources and support. We collaborate with pediatric pathologists, neonatologists, geneticists and other professionals at Children’s Wisconsin to bring expertise and knowledge to each situation. We work with communities statewide to identify and share local resources available to families and others impacted by a death.

Your support will allow us to continue our efforts to reach families and provide grief and bereavement resources statewide. You will also help to sustain our educational efforts on the prevention of infant death. Thank you for your generous support.

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Your Gift Provides

Bereavement support

During the year following an infant death, our staff provides grief support and services by phone. We collaborate with professionals and organizations to reach families and identify helpful resources.

Pediatric pathologist consultations

A pediatric pathologist from Children’s Wisconsin is available to consult with families and professionals to help them better understand the cause of their child’s death. The pathologist can discuss autopsy findings, medical examiner reports, test results and/or other information.

Community trainings

Our staff provides resources, such as safe sleep materials, self-care guidance and bereavement training to support families and professionals working with families.

Contact Our Staff

For more information, please contact:

Joanna O’Donnell
Project Manager
(414) 337-4571

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The Infant Death Center is funded by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Public, MCH Title V Services Block grant through the Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services, and Children’s Wisconsin Foundation.

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