Postpartum Resources

1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men experience distressing symptoms during pregnancy or after the birth of a baby including anxiety, obsessive thinking, feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, and even suicidal thoughts. 

For referrals to professionals, support groups, and other resources, call the Perinatal Support Warm Line: 1-888-404-7763, or visit

Mental Health Resources:

Educational and Emotional Support Resources:

  • Nurture Seattle - For families who have just had a baby or expecting one soon, get matched with a mentor through Nurture Seattle. It's open to anyone in WA, and will connect you with a real parent who will check in by text every week from the third trimester through baby's first birthday.
  • Perinatal Support WA - Support line, referrals to professionals, support groups, and more.
  • Postpartum Support International - Resources, helpline, forum, chat with an expert, online support meetings, and more for Moms, Dads, partners and families, Queer and Trans parents, military families, adoptive and birth mothers, and more. 
  • Small Moments, Big ImpactA website designed to be used during your baby’s first six months, focusing on your relationship with your baby and feelings of love, stress, fatigue, and hope – all of which are part of being a parent.

Fatherhood Resources:

General Resources:

To view a resource packet compiled by Skagit Pediatrics, click below:

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