You are not alone.
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) are the number one complication of childbirth. They can happen in pregnancy too.
Affecting 1 in 5 moms (and 1 in 10 new dads), we are here to help!
Whether you are personally struggling, a concerned friend or relative, or a health professional, we at Postpartum Health Alliance can offer you support and referrals to specialized San Diego professionals.
Now more than ever – PHA's professional members are here for you! Check out our ever growing list of online support and treatment options for San Diego families.
Black Lives Matter
Called to action by this long overdue and pivotal moment in our country, PHA renews our commitment to fighting racism and prioritizing practices that promote true inclusivity, healing, and equity.
JULY 24 @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Join The MamAttorney, Daphne Delvaux, to discuss family leave and working parents' rights.
Established over two decades ago by a passionate group of clinical professionals, the Postpartum Health Alliance (PHA) has been advocating for maternal (and paternal) mental health before it was cool. Now we are San Diego's go-to nonprofit for perinatal (pregnant and postpartum) families and professionals.
What's up with the blue dot?
The Blue Dot Project
A mom, a reproductive psychiatrist and a volunteer with Postpartum Health Alliance came together to create TheBlueDotProject. Receiving a generous grant from the Mason Hirst Foundation, the Project intends to change the face of Postpartum Depression and Anxiety by taking away the stigma and raising awareness.
The Blue Dot is the national symbol for maternal mental health survivor-ship, support, and solidarity.
Very often, when a mom is suffering from PMAD symptoms, it can be very isolating. The hope is that seeing these Blue Dot magnets and stickers around town, will spread the word: we are everywhere. Let her know she’s not alone.