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Perinatal Mental Health Resources

You are not alone. You are not to blame. With help, you will be well.

Do you find yourself experiencing the following?

  • Difficulty sleeping

  • Anxiety or irritability

  • Loss of appetite

  • Loss of interest in things that used to bring you joy

  • Feelings of being overwhelmed or scared of caring for baby

If you are struggling, check out these three ways to get quick support:
PSI, National Suicide Hotline, or your local birthing hospital


Postpartum Support International

1-800-944-4773 (non-emergent)

“PSI” or Postpartum Support International is an organization created specifically for supporting the mental health needs of families in the perinatal period. On the website, there are links to mental health information, video libraries, a provider directory, and so much more. Click below for fast access to specific pages.

Phone App

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline


24/7 FREE, CONFIDENTIAL support in English and Spanish. Interpreters are available for 60 additional languages. Users may text or call to speak with a professional counselor. Click below for more information

Medical Form

Your birthing hospital

While they may not be able to provide you with immediate counseling, they can help you get connected to the right resources. Never hesitate to reach out to the place you gave birth, specifically the labor and delivery or postpartum units. Click below for a list of birthing hospitals in the region and their contact information.

Local Support Groups

Be sure to check out this local support group, hosted by Bronson Health. Support groups are held virtually on Wednesdays from 6:30pm-8pm. Groups are facilitated by medical personnel, trained in perinatal mental health. Visit the site below to register.

Check out additional support group options (in-person and virtual) located in various locations throughout Michigan

Be sure to also check out the MC3 Parent Toolkit

Click below for information about mindfulness, managing stress, promoting emotional stability, communication and support, parenting, perinatal mental health, and affirmations.

Click here for updated newsletters from PSI Michiagn
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