Also available in: Español (Spanish)
PACE (Washington DC area) is an organization providing educational and emotional support groups for new and second time around mothers.
Jaime Parker, LCSW
Partners to Parents
Partners to Parents offers practical tips on how couples can strengthen their relationship when they are pregnant or have recently had a baby. Topics include staying connected, parenting as a team, managing conflict, and seeking professional help.
Peninsula Parents of Multiples
Perinatal Intensive Outpatient Program of AMITA Health
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program
The Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program, a program of the MemorialCare Health System in Long Beach CA, is a 4-bed inpatient unit designed to meet the needs of perinatal women and their children, with a focus on promoting mother-child bonding and attachment, while helping the mother overcome her illness.
Perinatal Mood Disorders Inpatient Unit
The Perinatal Mood Disorders Inpatient Unit at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill includes the ONLY free-standing inpatient perinatal psychiatry clinic for perinatal women in the United States. The unit provides private, state of the art, specialty care for women suffering from severe perinatal psychiatric issues. Infants are encouraged to visit but may not stay overnight; protected sleep times for the mothers are extremely important for recovery.
Nicole Pernod, Psy.D, LPC
Provides Services in Spanish
Pine Rest Mother & Baby Program
Grand Rapids, MI
PINK Newborn Services
Postpartum Dads is an online forum to help dads and families by providing firsthand information and guidance.
Postpartum Progress is a terrific blog addressing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Although no longer updated with new information, Postpartum Progress is a great source for additional resources, research, and recommendations.
Postpartum Support International
Postpartum Support International has a closed Facebook group with over 8,000 PMAD survivors and professionals.
They also have online support groups in both English and Spanish, as well as for military moms.
PostpartumMen is an online community of self-help and mutual support for postpartum men.