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Depression after Pregnancy: Additional Sources of Information

Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 15:40

Here are some reliable sources that can provide more information on depression after pregnancy.


Depression After Delivery (D.A.D.) 
Phone: (800) 944-4773

An organization dedicated to universal awareness of mood and anxiety disorders surrounding pregnancy and childbirth. Resources, support, and more for new mothers and professionals.

Postpartum Stress Center 
Phone: (610) 526-7527

A support and counseling service offering help for postpartum depression, postpartum stress syndrome, pregnancy loss, postpartum obsessive-compulsive disorder, postpartum anxiety disorders, and prenatal depression. Established in 1988, the Center seeks to provide a better understanding and comprehensive clinical intervention foe any woman who suffers from the range of postpartum psychiatric disorders. Resources for both new mothers and mental health professionals including an online chat room.

Postpartum Support International 
Phone: (805) 967-7636

A social support network, information center, and research guide concerning postpartum depression. Offers a rich variety of resources for new parents, members, and researchers, including written and online materials, online chat room, and more. Advocates for legislative support of healthcare issues surrounding postpartum psychiatric disorders.

Depression Awareness, Recognition, and Treatment Program National Institute of Mental Health 
Phone: (800) 421-4211
http://www.nimh.nih.gov (The home page for the National Institute of Mental Health).

Complete Depression Guide 

Clear, pratical advice on women and depression, bringing guidance to sufferers and their families. Knowing when to seek help, what help is available and where to find it.

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