PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM 
SUPPORT
 MINNESOTA 

 HELPLINE PHONE                           HELPLINE EMAIL                            FIND A PROVIDER

                                  612.787.7776                ppsmhelpline@gmail.com        Provider Resource List


WELCOME

To Pregnancy & Postpartum Support Minnesota (PPSM). 



Who We Are:  

We are a group of mental health & perinatal practitioners, service organizations, and mother volunteers who provides services to those struggling with a pregnancy, loss, or postpartum mood disorder through the Helpline, professional training, our resource list and website.

What We Do:  

We provide support, advocacy, awareness, and training about perinatal mental health in Minnesota.

How We Do It:  

We are a volunteer run organization.  Our funds come from the community through donations, through fundraising,

and through trainings.



"THE MISSION OF PPSM IS TO ENGAGE PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN PROMOTING OPTIMAL EMOTIONAL WELL BEING DURING PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM"


If you are a parent seeking more information or support, or a health care provider, or service organization serving new parents, we provide resources that promote emotional well-being for new families.

If you are seeking help please go to HELPLINE >> or FIND HELP>> 

for immediate information.


Families & providers may use the PPSM Support & Resource HelpLine at 612-787-7776 (PPSM) or PPSMhelpline@gmail.com for information and resources specific to your needs. Calls are answered by mental health professionals, and phone support is provided by trained peer volunteers. 

The PPSM Resource List provides names and contact information of mental health providers who have extensive training in perinatal mental health.


We also welcome your involvement. You may choose to become a member, volunteer, or give a donation.  All are ways that you too can promote emotional health for new families in Minnesota.


Margret Mead states that we should:

"never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can
change the world.  Indeed it is the only thing that ever has."  


Our small group works hard to create change, to remove the stigma from Maternal Mental Health, and to provide healthier lives for the mothers, fathers and families who are afflicted with pregnancy & postpartum mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs).


 

Mental Health Emergency?  
  Go to the nearest Emergency Room
       Call 911      Call your healthcare provider

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