Getting Help

While it is natural for women to experience mild mood changes during and after pregnancy, a woman with a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder experiences significant feelings of sadness and anxiety which can interfere with her ability to care for herself or her family. If you suspect a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder, it is important for you to seek help. You and your family will benefit from you getting better.

Crisis & Warm Lines

If you or someone you know is in crisis or thinking of suicide, get help immediately.

Support Groups

Find support groups devoted to helping pregnant and new moms with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.

Family & Partner Resources

Resources are readily available to help you support a mom who is struggling, and also help you get through this difficult time.

Research Opportunities

Participate in a research study to help make a difference in maternal mental health.


Healthy New Moms offers FREE resources for moms, families, and providers.

Resource Library

Search helpful resources for new and expecting mothers and families.

Help MHAMD now

Every donation makes a difference

Translate »