support groups

On the second Thursday of each month, we hold a group at 7:15-9:30pm in Curl Aberdeen. More structure and around a table, however plenty of information and advice for you to be able to hear and ask questions if you have.

Also at Rubislaw Church Centre, we have another support group. Held on the third Monday of each month at 10-11am. Slightly more informal and relaxed, with a cuppa and open chat.

All of our groups are no obligation to talk about your experience. Listen, talk to others about your day and meet the MISS team. We are here to support you!

They are free of charge to attend.

phone service

Call us at any time of day.

One of our volunteers are available to speak with you 24/7.

If you would like to share your story, ask a question, unsure of your symptoms or need a recommendation we are happy to speak with you.

The number to contact is: 07808 638428

All calls are free, confidential and not recorded.


Are you interested in volunteering and being part of the MISS committee? Firstly, fantastic and thank you. All you need to do is email us a copy of your CV and which area you would be interested in helping. Even a couple hours of your time each month is very much appreciated and helpful to us.


We very much appreciate all your donations as without your support and generosity, we could not continue and is a great way for MISS to grow! We regularly post on social media and announce at support groups our upcoming plans and projects, so keep a lookout for where your donations are going to.

If you would like to donate, please visit:

Have you chosen MISS as your charity on Amazon? All you need to do is select ‘MISS’ on the following link: Amazon will then donate 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchases to MISS.

pregnancy after loss

Information coming soon…

useful links

Information coming soon…


We would like to encourage men to attend our support group, call our phone service and attend our events. We would like to ensure that men are supported after a miscarriage too as they have become a parent and lost their baby. Miscarriage is a taboo subject but we would like to encourage both male and females to open up about their experience. Keep a lookout on our social media for males only activities/events!’

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