Links to other helpful resources

Other helpful resources include:

The Mental Health Association of Maryland

Healthy New Moms 
443-901-1550 |

This online resource guide with searchable therapist criteria has been developed for the Maryland/DC/Virginia region

Massachusetts General Hospital
Center for Women’s Mental Health


National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
1-866-615-6464 |
Clinical Trials:

Network of Care Maryland

Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for Women of Color
Vision: To provide a safe space for clients, families and professionals of color around perinatal mental health.

Postpartum Support International

Other resources include:

  • Warrior Mom Forum – A free, private forum in partnership with the company Smart Patients, for those moms that don’t yet feel comfortable asking questions, commenting or otherwise talking in public about what they’re going through

Postpartum Support Maryland

Postpartum Progress
The Postpartum Progress blog offers in-depth information, support and hope for all pregnant and new moms who have perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.

Other resources include:

Postpartum Stress Center
Provides support, counseling and education to women and their families who experience difficulties related to pregnancy, pregnancy loss and postpartum period.

1-800-PPD-MOMS (1-800-773-6667) |
Postpartum depression resources.

The Perinatal Depression & Anxiety Outreach Program
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Community Initiatives | 410-601-7832
The Perinatal Depression Outreach Program is dedicated to helping women understand the emotions that accompany pregnancy and the postpartum period. Sinai Hospital’s PDOP helps women identify when their experience is more than the “baby blues” requiring further assessment and treatment. They offer depression screening, clinical assessments, treatment referrals, education on the risk and symptoms of perinatal depression and anxiety.

Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Women’s Mental Health

First Shift Justice Project
The mission of First Shift Justice Project is to empower low-income pregnant women and parents to safeguard the economic security and health of their families by asserting their workplace rights.

Addiction Guide: Substance Use Information and Resources

National Institute for Children’s Health Quality Maternal Depression Brief   | Understand the signs of maternal depression and find guidance on how to connect with your child’s pediatrician to get the help you need to heal.

US Food and Drug Administration Website on Medicine and Pregnancy

Healthy Babies Collaborative in Baltimore County

Essex Breastfeeding Moms Luncheon