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Women’s Education

Women's Education & Resources

Health, Wellness & Family Planning

Bright Start

Free Personal Nurse Program for Expecting Moms

Care After Delivery

Answering Common Questions from New Moms

Pregnancy Planning

Tips & What to Consider

Safe Sleep

New Safe Sleep Guidelines All Parents Should Know


Facts and Benefits for Babies and New Moms

Drug Use

What We Know About Drug Use During Pregnancy

Marijuana Use

Marijuana Use During Pregnancy

Second-Hand Smoke

First- and Second-hand Smoking During Pregnancy

Tobacco Use

Tobacco Use During Pregnancy

Alcohol Use

Alcohol Use During Pregnancy

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline

Pregnancy and a new baby can bring a range of emotions. Many new moms feel overwhelmed, sad, anxious, or exhausted at different times during their pregnancy or after the baby is born. Sometimes these feelings go away on their own, but if they last for more than two weeks and make it hard to carry out daily tasks, like caring for themselves or their family, a mom may have perinatal depression or anxiety. These are common and treatable health conditions during or after pregnancy. And that’s why a new mom, or those supporting them, should reach out right away for help. 

Available 24/7, the National Maternal Mental Health Hotline provides free, confidential support, resources, and referrals from professional counselors to pregnant and postpartum individuals facing mental health challenges. Call or text 1-833-943-5746 (1-833-9-HELP4MOMS). TTY users can use a preferred relay service or dial 711 and then 1-833-943-5746.