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About Denver Share

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Group

We are a support group for parents whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through pregnancy loss, stillbirth, or in the first few months of life. Our meetings are designed to help a parent sort through the grief process in a safe environment among others who have experienced similar losses.

We provide a strong, supportive atmosphere where members can share their experiences, thoughts, and feelings. Parents gain a sense of wholeness when they realize that their pain and grief are normal and common to what nearly all bereaved parents feel. We know we cannot take away your pain but we promise that you are not alone on the journey.

A room full of open and understanding hearts awaits you.

Denver Share is a volunteer-only organization. ​​Call us at (720) 316-9917 to learn more.

Group Facilitators

  • Cassidy Zavala
  • Kimberly Evans

Our meetings are led by parents, not by a therapist. If you'd like to meet with a professional one-on-one, we have a list of local therapists and counselors whom we trust and respect.


We provide a strong, supportive atmosphere where members can share their experiences, thoughts, and feelings.
  • “You will never know a greater pain in life than losing your baby. And while you may feel entirely alone in the depths of your unspeakable grief, there are people that understand right where you are. ...”

    - Jenny and Justin Wallace, In honor of Isabella
  • “Denver Share's support group has helped me during my darkest days after losing my daughter and then my twins. We attended this group just weeks after our first loss, and we continued to attend often ...”

    - Jenea Schroen, In honor of Ruby, Willow & Austin
  • “A safe place to share your true feelings, help with your grief, and start your healing process.”

    - David & Alicia Thorpe, In honor of Zahn
  • “When you experience the loss of a child the people that are closest to you suddenly become strangers. They do their best to comfort you, but they don't know what to say. They don't know the nuances of ...”

    - Edie Frylings, In Honor of Annabelle
  • “This has truly been a lifetime for me, as it is a place I can be real and honest about my grief, feelings, and fears that I have since losing my daughter. It has also given me hope and healing in ...”

    - Amy Moss, In honor of Kelsey

Helping Others Find Hope Again

Denver Share Is a Volunteer-Only Organization