for CPNL's Annual Wine & Chocolate Pairing on February 11th, and make a direct impact on those experiencing the tragedies of pregnancy and newborn loss!
Most Sincerely,
Dorotha Graham Cicchinelli
BLOG What we do... A Message from our Founder Dear Parents,

"Memorial for Unborn Children" sculpture by Martin Hudacek

We wish to extend to you our deepest sympathy.


The information provided here about Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss Services ("CPNL"), formerly known as the Colorado Fetal & Newborn Loss Consultation & Support Program ("CFNL"), provides an overview of program services available to you.


The goal of our pregnancy and newborn loss support program is to provide a system of comprehensive support and grief education to parents and their families during this difficult time, while our pregnancy after a loss program guides you through your subsequent pregnancy after a loss.


Because grief affects every parent differently, you may choose to participate as a couple or as an individual. Please be assured that you will not be alone.


It is our hope that these programs and the people involved can comfort you in your sadness.  Evening sessions are offered as listed and private counseling is available.


For further information, or time and location for meetings, please call our confidential voice-mail, 720-946-2828.  Your call will be returned as soon as possible.

CPNL's programs provide loss support groups, educational classes,

grief education materials, private counseling for parents, hospital

in-services, and consultation for health care professionals.


Health Care Providers

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-501(c)(3) Non-profit organization- P 720.946.2828 Englewood, Colorado


The privacy of personal information is of foremost importance for CPNL. Colorado Pregnancy & Newborn Loss Services prides itself in taking extra measures to protect the privacy of organizations and individuals who refer to or use our services. CPNL will enter into Business Associate Agreements with HIPAA-covered entities and will meet the Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable

Health Information (45 C.F.R. Parts 160 and 164)