Holly Dobrynski

Prince William County Bilingual Coalition and Care Coordinator

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) has an immediate opening for a Bilingual (Spanish/English) Coalition and Care Coordinator in Prince William County, VA. PSVa is a nonprofit organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia with a two-pronged mission; 1. to educate families, healthcare providers and communities about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and 2. to provide peer …

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We’re Hiring!

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) has an immediate opening for a Coalition and Care Coordinator in Williamsburg. PSVa is a nonprofit organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia with a two-pronged mission; 1. to educate families, healthcare providers and communities about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and 2. to provide peer support and resources to help …

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We’re Hiring!

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) has an immediate opening for a Coalition and Care Coordinator in the Southwest Region. PSVa is a nonprofit organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia with a two-pronged mission; 1. to educate families, healthcare providers and communities about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and 2. to provide peer support and resources …

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We’re Hiring!

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) has an immediate opening for a Trainings Manager. PSVa is a nonprofit organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia with a two-pronged mission; 1. to educate families, healthcare providers and communities about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and; 2. to provide peer support and resources to help new and expectant perinatal people …

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We’re Hiring!

Spanish Language Services Manager   Job Posting   Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) has an immediate opening for a Spanish Language Servies Manager. PSVa is a Virginia Statewide nonprofit with a two-pronged mission; 1. to educate families, healthcare providers and communities about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and; 2. to provide peer support and resources to …

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We’re Hiring!

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) is immediately hiring a Professional Resource and Care Coordinator. PSVa is a nonprofit serving the Commonwealth of Virginia with a two-pronged mission: to educate families, healthcare providers, and communities about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and to provide resources to help perinatal people and their families overcome anxiety, depression, and …

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We’re Hiring!

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) is immediately hiring an Administrative Assistant. PSVa is a nonprofit serving the Commonwealth of Virginia with a two-pronged mission: to educate families, healthcare providers, and communities about Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) and to provide resources to help perinatal people and their families overcome anxiety, depression, and other Perinatal Mood …

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Partnership with First Shift Justice Project

First Shift Justice Project is happy to announce that we are expanding our services in Virginia. First Shift Justice Project (https://www.firstshift.org/) is a DC-based legal services nonprofit that seeks to help women who work in low-wage jobs and are victims of pregnancy and mothering discrimination. We also help women who seek accommodations from their employers …

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Tips to Navigate the Stormy Emotions of Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Guest Post by Laura Swift, Grammie Doula Share Your Loss. Being silent in your pain helps no one. Call and meet up with a close friend/friend and talk your experience.  It makes the burden lighter and easier to carry. Make an appointment with a therapist, counselor, or someone trained to help process loss. Connect with …

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Black Lives Matter

PSVa stands in solidarity with the Black and African American community as they lift their voices in protest and shout to be heard, to demand change. We are listening to the voices of those who hurt and are grieving and understand that we must look critically into our own hearts to see the changes we must make to be part of the solution. We realize that we must do the work to be part of this revolution, to create a shared humanity, where all people are seen, heard, understood, helped and loved.

Support PSVa During Maternal Mental Health Month!

This Maternal Mental Health Month, now, more than ever we need your help to help countless mothers and their families in the greater Virginia area. Today, you meet some of the brave faces of who we have been able to help over the years. We consider ourselves lucky that we can give them the help and resources they so critically need.

May Is Maternal Mental Health Month!

The Virginia General Assembly has issued the following proclamation House Joint Resolution No. 606 Designating May, in 2015 and in each succeeding year. Maternal Mental Health Month in Virginia This is great news!  The Commonwealth of Virginia recognizes that: up to 80% of new mothers experience changes in emotional health following childbirth 15-20% of pregnant women …

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PSVa’s Top 9 in 2019

And just like that, it’s 2020! Can you believe it? I certainly can’t! But even as we look to the year ahead, I am filled with gratitude to the PSVa community for all we achieved in the year we’ve left behind.
Now, if you browse through social media as I do, you’ve probably noticed quite a few people posting their “Top 9” moments of 2019. We’ve had such a memorable and successful year, seeing this made me wonder what our “Top 9” would be: