Our support services are provided to parents by parents who have personally experienced the hospitalization of a newborn or child. Our trained support staff is available to provide comfort, understanding and assistance for those in need.
Our support services include support to families who have suffered the loss of a child through miscarriage, fetal loss, stillbirth, neonatal or pediatric death.
In October of each year, a special gathering, "A Time to Remember" is held to honor the children who have died. For more information, please email Mary Holzer
One-on-one support is available prenatal through post-discharge.
Hosted by a Parent Connection Volunteer, Thursdays 6:30pm – 8pm and Saturday 10:30am – 12pm in the NICU Waiting Room.
Infant CPR Classes
We offer free weekly infant CPR classes for current and recently discharged NICU families. The classes are taught by a certified instructor on Tuesdays, from 4:00-5:00 pm in the NICU conference room. To attend, you must call to make a reservation at the number provided below.
Ronald McDonald House
If your child is under 21 years of age and is receiving medical treatment at Huntington Hospital, Ronald McDonald House provides a community supported "home away from home" for the families of those hospitalized kids.
Please click HERE to read the most recent Connecting Lines newsletter for families of critically ill newborns and neonatal graduates.
If you would like to share your NICU experience with other readers please contact Mary Holzer.
Our parent volunteers are a vital component of Huntington Hospital's family-focused neonatal team. Support parents offer the hope, empathy and valuable insights that only a parent who has "been there" can. Parent volunteers provide peer support to families experiencing the hospitalization of their child.
Please contact Mary Holzer for additional information.
We have a (closed) Facebook group to provide community and support between parents.
Click HERE to ask to join.
To Contact Parent Support Services, please call: (626) 397-8509