About

The Reproductive Loss Network, International (RLN) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that desires to bring a Biblical response to our grieving world through educating, equipping, and encouraging the helpers who support those touched by reproductive loss. Our training and consulting services help build specialized frameworks for healing programs and care teams within pregnancy medical clinics, counseling and resource centers, community organizations, and churches. RLN bridges the gap between those who desperately need biblical grief care and the helpers who offer compassionate support rich in Scripture and filled with eternal hope. 

 A Brief History

The Reproductive Loss Network (RLN) traces its origins to the early 2000s. The organization began in-house at a life-affirming pregnancy clinic in Northern California, where Tricia was the Executive Director, and Tanya joined the staff as the Director of Reproductive Grief Care. Flores and Lewis were struck by the lack of biblical comprehensive support tools available to aid helpers in assisting those affected by miscarriage, stillbirth, infertility, and related reproductive health challenges. Motivated to address this gap, they set out to create an extensive Christ-focused training program to encourage and educate reproductive grief care helpers worldwide. 

Tanya Flores, Co-Founder

Tanya is a certified counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) and is the Director of Client Services + Education at a medical pregnancy clinic outside Sacramento, CA. She leads a team of Reproductive Grief Care Advocates who provide care and support for men and women experiencing loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, hysterectomy, infertility, and abortion. Tanya also serves as a lead biblical counselor at her local church. From her extensive years in training and advocacy, she is passionate about sharing her expertise through co-founding the Reproductive Loss Network. She is devoted to increasing awareness and care for reproductive grief throughout churches and community organizations.

Tanya 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 to reveal God’s redemptive power in all things.

Tricia Lewis, Ph.D., Co-Founder

Tricia Lewis is a national and international grief care educator and co-founder of the Reproductive Loss Network. Tricia had the privilege of spending many years as an executive director for a pregnancy clinic in Northern California. She now provides biblical grief education to individuals and groups, especially in pregnancy help organizations. Tricia holds a Ph.D. in Counseling and Psychology with concentrations in trauma, crisis, and grief.

Tricia resides in Nashville but takes great pleasure cultivating enduring relationships with individuals, regardless of location. She finds joy in educating, empowering, and inspiring others to contribute to their communities through practical and compassionate care.

About

The Reproductive Loss Network, International (RLN) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that desires to bring a Biblical response to our grieving world through educating, equipping, and encouraging the helpers who support those touched by reproductive loss. Our training and coaching help build specialized frameworks for healing programs and care teams within pregnancy medical clinics, counseling and resource centers, community organizations, and churches. RLN bridges the gap between those who desperately need biblical grief care and the helpers who offer compassionate support rich in Scripture and filled with eternal hope. 

 A Brief History

The Reproductive Loss Network (RLN) traces its origins to the early 2000s. The organization began in-house at a life-affirming pregnancy clinic in Northern California, where Tricia was the Executive Director, and Tanya joined the staff as the Director of Reproductive Grief Care. Flores and Lewis were struck by the lack of Biblical comprehensive support tools available to aid helpers in assisting those affected by miscarriage, stillbirth, infertility, and related reproductive health challenges. Motivated to address this gap, they set out to create an extensive training program to encourage and educate reproductive grief care helpers worldwide. 

Tanya Flores, Co-Founder

Tanya is a certified counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) and is the Director of Client Services + Education at a medical pregnancy clinic outside Sacramento, CA. She leads a team of Reproductive Grief Care Advocates who provide care and support for men and women experiencing loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, hysterectomy, infertility, and abortion. Tanya also serves as a lead biblical counselor at her local church. From her extensive years in training and advocacy, she is passionate about sharing her expertise through co-founding the Reproductive Loss Network. She is devoted to increasing awareness and care for reproductive grief throughout churches and community organizations.

Tanya 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 to reveal God’s redemptive power in all things.

Tricia Lewis, Ph.D., Co-Founder

Tricia Lewis is a national and international grief care educator and co-founder of the Reproductive Loss Network. Tricia had the privilege of spending many years as an executive director for a pregnancy clinic in Northern California. She now provides grief education to individuals and groups, especially in pregnancy help organizations. Tricia holds a Ph.D. in Counseling and Psychology with concentrations in trauma, crisis, and grief.

Tricia resides in Nashville but takes great pleasure cultivating enduring relationships with individuals, regardless of location. She finds joy in educating, empowering, and inspiring others to contribute to their communities through practical and compassionate care.