Postpartum Support International

A non-profit organization dedicated to helping women experiencing postpartum depression and other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. The PSI website lists local coordinators by State so families can find the resources they need in their area. PSI also has a toll-free warmline (1-800-944-4773) manned by volunteers, who offer support and information to moms and families. PSI offers a free, live chat with an expert for moms every Wednesday and every first Monday for dads.


Postpartum Progress is the world’s most widely-read blog dedicated to maternal mental illness. It offers in-depth information, support and hope for all pregnant and new moms who have postpartum depression and all other mental illnesses related to pregnancy and childbirth, including postpartum anxiety, postpartum OCD, depression or anxiety during pregnancy, post-adoption depression, postpartum PTSD, depression after miscarriage or perinatal loss and postpartum psychosis. As well as national and international resources and stories from other survivor moms, the site also offers a free private online forum that moms can join to connect in confidence with other survivors.



MotherWoman’s mission is to support and empower mothers to create personal and social change by building community safety nets, impacting family policy and promoting the leadership and resilience of mothers. Its MA-based website has information about mothers support groups, and training for community leaders and health professionals to run their own such groups. It also provides professional training to medical and social service providers in the area of postpartum depression, and encourages mothers to get educated about policy issues impacting families.


Jenny’s Light

A non-profit set up by Jenny’s family in memory of Jenny and her baby Graham offering information, resources and survivor stories for moms and families suffering from postpartum depression and other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.


PPD Support Page

The Online PPD Support Group offers discussion forums for moms and families to connect with fellow survivors. It also offers peer to peer newsletters, downloads and other resources


Marce Society

Dedicated to supporting research and assistance surrounding prenatal & postpartum mental health for mothers, fathers and their babies. The principal aim of the Society is to promote, facilitate and communicate about research into all aspects of the mental health of women, their infants and partners around the time of childbirth. This involves a broad range of research activities ranging from basic science through to health services research.


2020 Mom Project

Closing gaps in maternal mental health care through education, advocacy, and collaboration.