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You don't have to do this alone.

Help IS available

If you are in suicidal crisis, please call or text 988 or visit the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

If something doesn't seem right, reach out.

For you.  For your baby.

For your family. 

Emotional complications related to pregnancy and birth are VERY common. 

And, VERY treatable.

Perinatal Psychosis 

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline:

833-TLC-MAMA (833-852-6262)

 

PSI Website on Postpartum Psychosis

Cherished Mom

 

PPP Awareness Day

 

The Alexis Joy Foundation

 

Action on Postpartum Psychosis (UK)

Insider Guide Recovery

Insider Guide for Partners

Planning Pregnancy Guide for Women at High Risk of PP

 

PSI HelpLine 

For resources for pregnancy, postpartum, and post-loss support:

  • Call: 800-944-4773, in English or Spanish

  • Text: “Help” to 800-944-4773 (EN)

  • Text en Español: 971-203-7773

** This is NOT a HOTLINE **  If you are a loved one is in current crisis, please call or text 988 for urgent assistance or call the National Maternal Mental Health Hotline above.

Online Perinatal Mental Health Provider Directory:

This online directory lists healthcare and mental health providers with specialized training in perinatal mental health.

You can find a providers by entering your zip code.

 

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Advocate for You.
Moms Matter.

Share this Discussion Tool with:  

~ a mom who can't find the words to describe how she is feeling

~ your partner to help them understand how you are feeling

~ your healthcare provider to take the first step towards feeling better. 

 

YOU ARE WORTH IT.  

Clinician
Resources

  •  Perinatal Psychiatric Consult Line | Postpartum Support International (PSI) The Consultation Line is for medical professionals and can be reached at 1-877-499-4773. Healthcare providers and psychiatrists can call the consult line at no charge, and request an appointment with one of the perinatal psychiatrist consultants to discuss assessment, diagnosis, treatment options, and information about medication during pregnancy and lactation.

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