Get Help

you are not alone - and with help, you will get better.

Nearly everyone struggling from a perinatal mood disorder feels better with treatment. A great place to start is by talking to your doctor! If you are in a mental health emergency or having thoughts of hurting yourself or others, contact 911 or the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

 

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Treatment options

There are many ways to get on the road to recovery. Talk to your doctor - and explore some of your options here.

Self-Care Tips

Professional treatment is proven to help - but taking good care of yourself can enhance recovery or help prevent symptoms.


Professionals: We all have a role to play in supporting expectant and new parents.

Whether you are an OB, midwife, pediatrician, doula, counselor, psychiatrist, home visitor, childbirth educator, or lactation counselor - you have the responsibility and opportunity to help those struggling with a perinatal mood disorder. We have resources especially for you to get help screening, treating, and supporting families.