We've been there.

Depression. Anxiety. Hopelessness. These can strike if you’re having issues conceiving, if you’re pregnant, if you have a newborn or a toddler, or if you’ve adopted your child. We’re here to offer support and resources to help no matter what your journey has thrown at you.

You are definitely not alone.

     A curated list of resources we trust and  support.

Origin-Care for a Female Future

If you break your pinky, you get physical therapy. But if you give birth, go through menopause, experience pelvic pain...well, “that’s just the way it is.” We believe every woman should have access to the care they need to feel good in their bodies.

Oula-The modern maternity center is here.

Oula is redesigning maternity care from the ground up. Our modern maternity center combines the best of obstetrics and midwifery care to deliver a more evidence-based and personalized pregnancy experience. From our collaborative medical team, welcoming clinic, and remote care platform, we are setting a new standard for pregnancy that unifies modern medicine and human intuition.

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For Moms on a Mission

Easing the load for hardworking parents and getting breast milk where it needs to go. With Milk Stork, you can travel with confidence knowing your baby will continue to receive all of the proven benefits of breast milk. Whether it's just a day's supply or an entire stash, Milk Stork offers a variety of solutions to ship/tote refrigerated and frozen breast milk - they even have international options

Virginia Reath, RPA, MPH, PC

Virginia has as been a practicing clinician, educator and activist in the fields of gynecology, sexual and reproductive health care for the past 30 years. During her 30 years of practice, she has developed a specialty in integrative gynecological health where she addresses the specific needs of women, especially to the transitions of hormones and sexuality. This is the focus of her current consulting practice.

Vetted, On-Demand, Expert Support, In-Person or Virtual

Say goodbye to searching, waiting and stressing. Say hello to boober. New parenthood can be challenging but you don’t have to do it alone. boober connects you to the right maternal care providers and top-rated pregnancy to postpartum classes.

You can Thrive in Early Postpartum with Bloome.

Jane received her Bachelor's in psychology from UCLA. She moved on to receive a certification in addiction counseling, while simultaneously pursuing her master's degree. While pregnant with her 3rd child, she decided to go back to school and pursue her doctorate. After giving birth for the third time she was reminded of the lack of appropriate and client-centered support during the most crucial and life-altering times in a mother's life, from first giving birth through the first 6 months postpartum.

Virtual Postpartum Doulas for 24/7 Care and Connection.

Doulas are trained, non-medical postpartum experts who are there to support you, educate you, cheer you on, and give you resources and recommendations. Common questions and concerns include breast/chestfeeding, bottle feeding, pumping, postpartum body care, and healing, baby care, and emotional ups and downs. We can address all of that in video sessions and texting!

Sober Mom Squad

Motherhood is not easy. Sobriety makes it better. Connection makes it possible. The Sober Mom Squad is just as it sounds: a Squad of Moms who are already sober, those who are just dipping their toes in exploring an alcohol free lifestyle, and everything in between! We share. We connect. We talk about the hard shit. We create community in the lonely pockets of motherhood. We don’t shy away from the hard topics, and we nod our heads in solidarity.


Shira Sussi, MS, RD, CDN

Shira works as an outpatient RD at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital - Weill Cornell and as a nutrition expert for Cleo where she provides Tele counseling to families supporting their nutritional needs from preconception through new parenthood. In her private practice, Shira Sussi Nutrition, Shira provides in-home and virtual nutrition counseling for clients in pre/postnatal health and successfully helps families establish positive eating practices to foster healthier infants and children.

Additional Support Information
We cannot guarantee an immediate response from any of the contacts below. In an emergency, please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.
1-(800) 273-8255
This center offers supportive services for new and expecting mamas. Access counseling and consultation, classes and support groups, as well as a Day Program with a staffed nursery on site.
This website offers a list of therapists, by state, who have completed a 10 hour specialized training course around PPD issues.

Woman’s and Infants offers a variety of health education programs aimed at keeping you and your family healthy. For more information about our programs, call the Health Education Department at (401) 276-7800 or view and register for one or the Warm Line at 1-800-711-7011.

Enter your zip code to find information about local support groups, or contact a Support Coordinator to help you find more specialized care, including perinatal psych treatment centers in the US. Support Helpline: (800) 944-4773.

Search thousands of licensed psychologists verified by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists, an independent nonprofit organization.

Informational Magazine whose website also offers a therapist search by zip code, state, name, practice, or even insurance.

International non-profit dedicated to helping mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education.

Yoga & Meditation

Yoga and meditation have helped us refocus our minds and bodies to alleviate some of that “Mama stress”, and it’s one of our best resources for mental health.