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Maternal Health Resources

You are not alone.

You are not to blame.

With help, you will be well.

Maternal Health: List


Click the link below to read more about the acronym SUNSHINE and how it can help parents in the post partum stage.

PSI Utah

As a state chapter of Postpartum Support International, we bring parents with lived experience together with medical, mental health and allied professionals in our communities. Our mission is to support individuals and families within their childbearing and child raising years through promoting health & overall wellbeing as well as awareness, prevention, and treatment of challenging mental health experiences.

Utah Maternal Mental Health Referral Network

The Utah Maternal Mental Health Referral Network is a directory of professionals and support groups with training in perinatal mental health (perinatal means during pregnancy and postpartum). The resources listed can provide help for depression, anxiety, infertility, miscarriage, birth trauma, and more. If you’re in crisis, call 911 and ask for a CIT Officer (Crisis Intervention Team Officer).

Postpartum Support International

Did you know? 1 in 5 Moms and 1 in 10 Dads suffer from postpartum depression. We provide direct peer support to families, train professionals, and provide a bridge to connect them.

Maternal Mental Health Hotline

833-TLC-MAMA Available 24/7


Our postpartum depression treatment center was founded to act as a lifeline for new mothers suffering from the symptoms of postpartum depression. We provide needed assistance to pregnant women and new mothers in a nonjudgmental, nurturing, safe space.
The team at Serenity Wellness and Recovery is dedicated to providing the best in postpartum depression treatment for new mothers. We limit our practice to treating only perinatal issues, including depression, anxiety, OCD, and trauma. We use dialectical and cognitive-behavioral therapies to teach coping skills and trusted methods of regulating emotions to improve mood and relationships.

Screening Fathers for Perinatal Depression

An article about why it is important for us to screen fathers and other caregivers - not just moms, for depression and other issues after adding a new baby to the family.

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