Supporting Washington Care Providers & Families Since 1989.
Perinatal Support Washington (PS-WA) is a statewide non-profit committed to shining a light on perinatal mental health to support all families and communities. We believe all parents should receive appropriate, timely, and culturally relevant care from conception to baby's first birthday. Find out what's new at Perinatal Support Washington.
Our toll-free telephone support line, the "Warm Line", has been operating since 1991, providing peer support to parents in need. We also offer free and low-cost new parent support groups, mental health therapy, andtraining and consultation for health care providers, and education and advocacy. We do all of this with the help of our dedicated staff, board members, and dozens of volunteers.
While we are based in the Seattle metro area, our support resources are found all over our beautiful state of Washington. Check out our directory to search for resources in your area, or learn more about opportunities for collaboration in your community, or become a professional member of Perinatal Support WA. Perinatal Support WA is proud to manage the WA Postpartum Support International State Chapter.
Allie Lindsay Johnson, Executive Director
Mia Edidin, LICSW, Clinical Director
Victoria Cherniak, MSW, Program Manager
Elizabeth Moore Simpson, LSWAIC, PERC Program Manager
Danielle Yamamoto, MSW, Program + Operations Coordinator
Kay Hwang, PS-WA Program Support Coordinator
Aida Juarez, Spanish Warm Line Coordinator
Jazmin Rico Diaz, Parent Resilience Specialist
Clysta Cole, Parent Resilience Specialist
Latonia Westerfield, Parent Resilience Specialist
OUR BOARD + VOLUNTEERS
Perinatal Support Washington is a small but mighty statewide nonprofit and we are growing. We do a lot with very little - thanks to the help of our volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering or joining our Board of Directors contact us here.
Board openings include: Fundraising, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI), Legal, & more!
Learn more about board membership.
Volunteer opportunities include: Warm Line Support, helping out at events, sharing your story, and more.