Current Vacancies

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa) has an immediate opening for a Coalition and Care Coordinator in Prince William County, VA.  

The position reports directly to the Executive Director and serve as a member of the Spanish Services Team. This is a contract, 25-hour per week position; limited evening and weekend availability is required. Pay commensurate with experience and organizational capacity. See the full posting here for more information.

Postpartum Support Virginia (PSVa), the Commonwealth’s resource for parents, professionals, and communities addressing Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (PMADs)is seeking volunteer leaders to join its dynamic board of directors. More information on Postpartum Support Virginia is available at


Board members are actively involved in organizational governance. Board members:


  1. Are committed to the mission and vision of the organization and are residents of or have a vested interest in Virginia.
  2. Attend monthly virtual meetings and one in-person, day-long retreat annually.
  3. Participate in at least one board committee.
  4. Support the organization’s fundraising initiatives.


There is no donation requirement, although all board members are encouraged to give as they are able. 


The board is seeking candidates with a variety of skills, with a strong emphasis on candidates with accounting, fundraising, legal, and media expertise, as well as those connected to maternal health and mental health. The board is also recruiting members previously served by the organization, regardless of professional background. 


PSVa is accepting applications until November 12, and those interested in board service can complete an application at:


This Giving Tuesday, we want to say thanks to you for being an integral part of our community. We are so grateful for YOU! Thank you for everything you do and for making our community possible. Remember, we can’t fulfill our mission without you. This Giving Tuesday, give the gift of healing, support, hope, and love to families who are going through hard times due to postpartum depression or other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.