Regions and Coordinators

Culpeper/Northern Piedmont: TBD

Hampton Roads/Peninsula: Maggie Lane

Prince William: Nikki Bennett Miller

Southwest and Roanoke: Dominique Gallo
 
Western Tidewater: Kristen Miller
 
Williamsburg: Stephanie Adler
 

About the Perinatal Mental Health Coalition of Virginia

The PMHCVa is a Commonwealth-wide coalition of healthcare providers, mental healthcare providers, community-based organizations, and other individuals with touch-points to perinatal people and their families. These stake holders will gather together to create community-based solutions to enhance perinatal mental wellness.

This Coalition is part of PSVa’s efforts to ensure all perinatal families throughout the Commonwealth have access to mental wellness services and to reduce the harmful effects of perinatal mental health issues on individuals, families, and communities.

Upcoming Meeting Dates:

January 11, 2023

March 8, 2023

May 10, 2023

Did you know?

  • Perinatal mental health issues are the most common complication of pregnancy and childbirth.
  • At least 24,000 perinatal people per year in the Commonwealth will be affected.
  • Suicide is the #1 cause of death the first year postpartum.

The PMHCVa will:

 

  • Reduce barriers to care.
  • Enhance coordination, accountability, and engagement among those serving perinatal people.
  • Ensure availability of culturally appropriate perinatal mental health support services are accessible throughout the Commonwealth.
  • Place Care Coordinators in each region to reduce barriers to access for perinatal people and families.

This Coalition is part of PSVa’s efforts to ensure all perinatal families throughout the Commonwealth have access to mental wellness services and to reduce the harmful effects of perinatal mental health issues on individuals, families, and communities.

Our Sponsors

GIVING TUESDAY 2022

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.