Psychosocial Support Services in the CFDT and SDU Resources
If you or your loved one continue to have difficulty with a perinatal or postpartum mood and anxiety disorder, it may be helpful to contact a mental health professional for additional support.
These guided videos and audio recordings can help create a more peaceful and restful state of mind for parents, caregivers, and adolescent/young adult patients.
The Connelly Resource Center for families is located on the 8th floor of the Main Hospital. Inside, families will find a family and children's library, a learning center and a hospitality area for free services such as laundry, business needs, naps, learning or relaxing.
The Little Rock Foundation Resource Room, located on the 11th floor of Buerger, offers a broad range of services to support parents and families of children with impaired vision, hearing and other disabilities.
The Jill & Mark Fishman Center for Families, located on the first floor of the Main Hospital, provides families with a welcoming space as well as assistance with housing, transportation and local resources.
Perinatal and Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides a free booklet on depression during and after pregnancy for women, their families and friends.
NWHIC, a service of the Office of Women’s Health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), focuses on emerging women's health priorities to meet the needs of women and girls. Their website provides health and wellness information, reproductive health resources, and information about diseases and conditions including postpartum depression.
In this episode of the Primary Care Perspectives podcast series, David Levine, MD, pediatrician and board member, Postpartum Support International, discusses perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) in dads, partners, and adoptive parents.
Provides support to families experiencing postpartum depression. Find information about perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and get connected with the best local resources available.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline wants to help you find a reason to keep living. Call 988.
Suicide.org offers help, hope, comfort, resources and understanding through a suicide prevention hotline. Call 1-800-SUICIDE or (1-800-784-2433).
Support and Education Groups
Mama Care combines prenatal care, childbirth education and a support group into one program for healthy mothers giving birth in the Garbose Family Special Delivery Unit at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Online support groups are a safe avenue to find therapeutic support for the symptoms of anxiety, depression and social isolation from the comfort of home.
Join us for the SDU Alumni club where you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions about your postpartum recovery, get help managing stress, get a prescription refill and much more.