Reproductive Loss Network

Bringing a Biblical response to a grieving world through educating, equipping, and encouraging the helpers who support those touched by reproductive loss.

Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. 
Matthew 11:29 ESV

Reproductive Loss Network

A biblical approach to educating, equipping, and encouraging helpers who support those touched by reproductive loss.

Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. 
Matthew 11:29 ESV


Establishing a culture of care for those grieving, often in silence.




Like nothing else, grief can destroy all that we trust and believe with questions that can undo purpose, reasoning, and a sense of security in the world. In these times, we can choose to heal and break from our restraints and, in turn, offer the hope we have received.

We recognize that reproductive loss is not often openly discussed.  Even less often is one given the encouragement to grieve that loss. The overwhelming pain of grief can leave those wanting to help unsure of where to begin.  We aim to end the silence and restraint by admitting the difficulty, orchestrating care, and offering the Hope available in Jesus, who restores all things.

 “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28

Building a Network of Support

Reproductive loss includes, but is not limited to, grief after abortion, miscarriage, stillbirth, infertility, and adoption.  Many who experience these devastating losses are not aware of the support networks all around them.  By working alongside pregnancy clinics, churches, organizations, counselors, and willing individuals, we seek to expand and support the existing care network and offer healing programs that are rich in scripture and filled with eternal hope.

Reproductive Loss Network offers



We would love to travel to you and offer your team the most personal and interactive training. Most workshops are four hours long and offer time to practice the compassionate skills needed to minister to those hurting. We are also available for shorter or longer educational opportunities suited to your needs.  Depending on the size of your group, one or two educators will be onsite to provide the highest quality reproductive loss training.


We at Reproductive Loss Network have been providing online workshops for many years. Our online, personal, and interactive training is robust. It offers your team a four-hour educational experience with creative ways to practice the compassionate skills needed to minister to those hurting. We are also available shorter or longer educational opportunities suited to your needs. Two educators will be online to provide the highest reproductive loss training offered.

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RLN Workshops

Help to Hope: A half-day, in-person, or live virtual seminar offering the Biblical standard of care for Helpers who support those grieving reproductive loss. This training will cover grief education concerning loss that is not openly acknowledged while offering Biblical application to bring eternal hope and restoration to those who choose to heal.

Days That Matter–Helping Your Client Write Hope into Her Story:  This one-hour session is geared toward helping the Helper understand her client’s childhood story, offer a Biblical grieving model to help navigate through loss that occurs when the story does not unfold as initially expected, and empower her to rewrite the story in light of eternity. 

APR{OS}: This one-hour session presents a best-practice, Biblical Abortion Pill Reversal Outcome Support geared toward the emotional and spiritual care of the client.

In-Person Training

Help to Hope Workshop (Evening)

Thursday, May 18, 2023 | 5 pm – 9 pm PST (open to public) – Roseville, CA

Help to Hope Workshop (Morning)

Saturday, May 20, 2023 |9 am – 1pm PST (open to public) – Roseville, CA

Live Virtual Training

Help to Hope Workshop

June 2, 2023 – 12pm – 4pm EST

“I used to believe to help someone grieving you had to have experienced the same type of loss.  Anyone can have humility and love while inviting someone to healing.  Don’t let the fear of not having that experience restrain you from reaching out or responding to their request.”

Tanya Flores

“I learned so much! I feel very prepared to help people process grief of any kind.”

“I never heard about this subject.  Everything was new and helpful.”
“Loved this! Loved the teaching and the case studies made it come to life!”
” Very good. Very informative.  Loved the Biblical aspect of class.”
“The material was fresh.  The stories were really helpful and engaging!”

Team Work

Tanya Flores and Tricia Lewis bring over 30 years of experience serving with only one goal in mind: bringing Biblical help, hope, and healing to broken hearts after experiencing a reproductive loss.



Tanya Flores

Tanya is a Director of Reproductive Grief Care & Education at her local medical pregnancy clinic, leading a team of Reproductive Grief Care Advocates of men and women, providing care and support for those experiencing loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, hysterectomy, infertility, and abortion. Outside of her clinic work, she serves as a biblical counselor within her church’s counseling program. From her extensive years of advocacy and personal healing, Tanya is passionate to share her expertise by serving as a national and international grief educator and co-founder of the Reproductive Loss Network. In continuing her education, she is pursuing her Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) certification. She is also a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) in Crisis Pregnancy & Abortion Recovery.

Tanya is based in Sacramento and loves to travel and build partnerships wherever possible. She believes everyone can be a Helper to those in need and welcomes opportunities to encourage others to share their stories and see God’s redemptive power in all things. 

Tricia Lewis

Tricia is a national and international grief care educator and co-founder of the Reproductive Loss Network. Tricia had the privilege to spend many years as an Executive Director for a pregnancy clinic in Northern California. She now provides grief education to individuals and groups, especially those in pregnancy help organizations. Tricia is pursuing a Ph.D. in Counseling & Psychological Studies with a concentration in Grief Counseling.

Tricia is based in Nashville but loves to develop ongoing relationships with people wherever they may be. Her joy is to educate, equip, and encourage others to serve their communities in practical and compassionate ways.

Need Something Custom?

Our cumulative expertise allows us to offer strategic training topics, with biblical application, in many areas regarding reproductive grief and loss. Topics include:

  • Abortion Pill Recovery Outcome Support-APR{OS}™ Training and Certification
  • Days That Matter–Helping Your Client Write Hope Into Her Story
  • Caring for the Carer (suited to help prevent emotional burnout for supporters )
  • Reproductive Grief and Loss Education (suited to individuals and organizations alike)
  • Finding Courage to Hope (suited to the helper and those impacted by reproductive loss)
  • Expanding Your Care–Establishing Whole-Person Care Support Within Your Organization (suited to organizations interested in expanding help to those facing miscarriage, after abortion, stillbirth, infertility, and other types of reproductive loss)
  • Navigating Grief and Embracing Hope (suited for those needing reproductive loss support within the adoption and foster-adopt systems)
  • Live Webinars: The Impact of Suffering Reproductive Loss During a Time of Isolation

We believe that offering Jesus as the answer to a broken and grieving heart is to present Christian, Biblical help and hope without apology.  Jesus is the Wonderful Counselor who brings the ultimate comfort to the suffering soul.  We believe that the scripture and person of Jesus have not been trusted enough in this day and age.  Our culture offers many grief care models, yet the landscape is still littered with internal, ongoing, prevalent sadness and despair.  We believe the Bible is the answer to this.