Ongoing

Clinical Consultation: for Black Mental Health Clinicians

Online

Open to providers in King, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties. The fourth Thursday of the month June-December from 5:00pm-6:00pm  starting July 22nd at 5:00pm-6:00pm. (7/22, 8/26, 9/23, 10/28, 11/18*, 12/16*) *…

Free

Group Peer Support (GPS) Consultation Groups

We offer monthly consultation groups for those who have attended a Group Peer Support training through Perinatal Support Washington. Our monthly consultations are led by one of our master GPS trainers…

Free

Group Peer Support (GPS) Consultation Groups

Online

We offer monthly consultation groups for those who have attended a Group Peer Support training through Perinatal Support Washington. Our monthly consultations are led by one of our master GPS trainers and are both…

Free
Recurring

Bellingham – THE VILLAGE CIRCLE Daytime Group

Center for Healthy Motherhood 905 Squalicum Way Suite #104, Bellingham

Meeting Virtually TWICE a month, on the first and third Thursday of each month. The first Thursday will be held from 10am-11:30am. The third Thursday will be held from 1:30pm-3:00pm!…

Free
Recurring

Grupo de apoyo social en línea

Llame al (844) 875-7777 (línea gratuita) Código de acceso:361324 Presiona # 38 para convertir las indicaciones a español Cada miércoles 11:30am  Nuestros grupos de apoyo social en linea o por…

Recurring

NICU Parents

Online

Connect with others who have experienced the uniquely stressful environment of a NICU. Group will provide parents with understanding, as well as helpful tools and resources. MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

Free

Warm Line 1-888-404-7763

Office 1-888-404-7763 Extension #3

info@perinatalsupport.org

Mailing Address
2311 N 45th St #239 Seattle, WA 98103

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"I wish someone had said 'I believe you' when I told them about my struggles.

I wish others had been willing to listen and had been aware enough of what postpartum mood disorders are to tell me I wasn’t imagining it all, and that I was going to get better.

I just needed the right help."

- Adriene Nieves, Postpartum Depression in Women of Color