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We can help moms who are struggling with postpartum emotional disorders
Depression and Anxiety are the most common complications of childbirth. They can happen in pregnancy, too.
You are not alone! Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs), which include Postpartum Depression, affect 1 in 7 pregnant and new mothers.
Whether you are a mom who is struggling, a concerned friend or relative, or a health professional, we at Postpartum Health Alliance can offer you support and referrals to resources that can help.
If you are struggling or have questions, please call our warmline at 619-254-0023. Our trained volunteers can provide you with support and referrals.
PPD Study Group
- Receive updated training on postpartum depression and related disorders
- Share information and resources with colleagues
- Participate in case consultation
- Discuss the latest books on postpartum depression and related disorders
Facilitator: Mary L. Obata, M.A., MFT
Attendance: Once a month on the fourth Friday of the month
Location: 5100 Marlborough Drive, Suite 208, San Diego, CA 92116
RSVP to: 619-220-4680
Postpartum Health Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about perinatal mood and anxiety symptoms and disorders and providing support and treatment referrals to women and their families.
Postpartum Health Alliance has been operating in San Diego since 1998. San Diego PHA was founded by Dr. Leslie W. Craig, Dr. Kelly Boyd-Bragadeste, Dr. Martha Diamond, Dr. Janet Jaffee, Dr. Adele Josepho, and Dr. Robert Hickman.