Resources for Postpartum Depression

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Postpartum depression can be frightening and devastating for some families, but it doesn’t have to be if you and your loved ones get help. Listed below are resources for postpartum families. If you suspect you or a loved one has postpartum depression, find help.

Resource Phone Numbers Available 24/7

  • Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK
  • Disorders.org (Postpartum Psychosis) 1-800-943-0566

Postpartum Depression Websites and Support

More about Postpartum Depression

To learn more about postpartum depression in all its forms, read the following articles.

If you have a postpartum story that you would like to share so that other women and families can navigate this condition, consider writing for us. We accept personal health stories to spread awareness and encourage openness. Write for Us.

If you know of additional resources for new moms and families, local, national or international, please add them to the comments section.

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Margaret Aranda, MD

Dr. Margaret Aranda is a USC medical school graduate, as well as an anesthesiology resident and critical care Fellow graduate of Stanford. After a tragic car accident in 2006, she unfolded her passion of writing to advance the cause of health and wellness for girls and women.

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  1. Hi,

    I came across Lucine Health Sciences while searching for groups to reach out to about postpartum depression awareness. The wonderful information, resources, and support that you provide for the online community is truly quite remarkable!

    I’m Jenna Carberg and I helped create PostpartumDepression.org after I was diagnosed following the birth of my first daughter, Elsie. I struggled with PPD the following year and a half and it was the hardest thing I’ve ever gone through. One recent study found that 600,000 women are diagnosed with postpartum depression every year. I’m deeply passionate about spreading the word and helping women get the care they deserve and providing their loved ones with the support that they need.

    Browsing through your site, I noticed you have a link with some postpartum-related resources, here – http://www.hormonesmatter.com/resources-postpartum-depression/. I think our website would be a valuable educational resource for your users. Would you mind including our link as well?

    Warmly,
    Jenna Carberg

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