Postpartum Support International
The mission of Postpartum Support International is to promote awareness, prevention and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing in every country worldwide.
It is the vision of PSI that every woman and family worldwide will have access to information, social support, and informed professional care to deal with mental health issues related to childbearing. PSI promotes this vision through advocacy and collaboration, and by educating and training the professional community and the public.
You are not alone
PSVa is Virginia's resource for parents, professionals and communities addressing Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs)
Since 2009, PSVa has helped thousands of new and expectant birthing people and their families overcome anxiety and depression.
Undiagnosed and untreated Perinatal Mental Health disorders are a silent health crisis in the United States, deserving national recognition and action to save lives and improve the health and well-being of America’s mothers, babies, fathers, families, and the community.
Postpartum Support International is proud to be working with a coalition of women, families, and leading organizations who have set forth a national strategic action plan to turn the tide on the crisis.
Together, we stand for increasing research and funding and improving awareness and access to prevention, education, screening, diagnosis, treatment and support services for pregnant and postpartum women and their families.
Maternal Mental Health NOW values providing information and resources for families and caregivers as we know that early intervention can influence a speedier recovery. The resources we have available to parents and families include our informational brochure, our MyCare app, our searchable directory, and video and written stories shared by individuals who have experienced perinatal depression and/or anxiety. Our hope is that with these resources, you will find some tools and, if needed, professional care for you and your loved ones.
The Climb is a community walk and international fundraiser for survivors, providers, and members of the community to come together.
Raising awareness for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, The Climb brings our community together to shine a light on a darkness we often don’t speak about. Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders are the most common complication of childbearing.
The National Perinatal Association (NPA) is an interdisciplinary organization of professionals, parents, students, and advocates.
We bring together people who are interested in perinatal care to share, to listen, and to learn from each other.
We are building a community where all voices are heard with equity and respect as we work to improve perinatal care - TOGETHER.
The NAPSW is a group of social workers who help individuals, families, and communities respond to psychosocial issues that emerge during the period from pre-pregnancy through an infants first year of life
To close gaps in maternal mental health care.
All pregnant and postpartum mothers have ready access to standardized, evidence-based maternal mental health care from providers they respect and trust.
We treat, train, support, and advocate to improve the emotional health of individuals and their families during the family-building years.
We envision a world where emotional health is valued just as much as physical health.
We believe parental leave is your most overlooked leadership development and growth opportunity – whether you are an employee or an employer.
Our unique, evidence-based approach to the parental leave transition will help new parents navigate leave (and return!) like pro’s and companies retain and develop their key talent.
Are you ready to lead on leave?
Share is a community for anyone who experiences the tragic death of a baby. We serve parents, grandparents, siblings, and others in the family unit, as well as the professionals who care for grieving families. Share is a national organization with over 75 chapters in 29 states. Our services include bed-side companions, phone support, face-to-face support group meetings, resource packets, private online communities, memorial events, training for caregivers, and so much more. Should you need them, we hope you can also benefit from at least one of these many resources.
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