Visit the March of Dimes - Coronavirus Disesase (COVID-19): What You Need to Know About Its Impact on Moms and Babies. Learn how to protect yourself from COVID-19 during pregnancy. Get the facts about how COVID-19, or the Coronavirus may affect you or your baby.
COVID-19 Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance- This site provides links to a broad range of trustworthy sites including (but not limited to) those listed below.
American College of Nurse Midwives position statement on support for people in labor (March 26, 2020)
American Academy of Pediatrics position statement on management of infants born to mothers with COVID-19 (April 2, 2020)
Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses position statement on nursing support during labor (March 25, 2020)
CDC Considerations for Inpatient Obstetric Healthcare Settings (April 4, 2020)
DONA International toolkit for doulas (March 2020)
Reproductive psychiatrists from New York City share their thoughts. (March 26, 2020)
Updated guidance from New York Department of Health (March 27, 2020)
The Fourth Trimester Project - New Mom Health: A Village for Mothers is an expert-written postpartum self-care information hub designed by moms, for #postpartum moms. The site currently has current information on the Coronavirus and COVID-19 for mothers.
National Perinatal Association - COVID-19 - information to help mothers be prepared/cope with the Coronavirus and COVID-19, including coping with the anxiety associated with the pandemic.
Tips for Coping with a New Baby During COVID-19 By Robert Sege, MD, PhD. Helpful tips for managing stress as a new parent.
Postpartum Support International offers supports & resources for women and families through weekly online support meetings.
The Bloom Foundation: The Mom Support Group: Virtual Support Groups is a team of postpartum advocates who have come together to help YOU - the new mom; the expecting mom; the mom who is currently suffering from a perinatal mood disorder; or a mom who is simply scared and stressed in times like these.
Pebble Parents - What you need to know about the coronavirus if you are pregnant or postpartum.
Medical providers in need of free consultation and education regarding Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) are encouraged to call Sandy Wood, CNM, PMHNP, with the Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Consultation Service at the University of Vermont Medical Center at (802) 847-4758.
Help Me Grow (HMG) is a free service for all prenatal parents and families with young children through age eight. HMG has child development specialists on staff to provide information and referrals to local & statewide agencies & programs, provide developmental monitoring and screening, and offer care coordination among multiple service delivery systems. HMG has recently expanded services to include assisting women and families in getting connected with additional support during the perinatal period. Pregnant & postpartum caregivers and families who are seeking help in finding and accessing mental health clinicians with specialized expertise and/or training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) can call Help Me Grow for free assistance at 211, option 6 or email email@example.com. Providers working with pregnant women and families who are experiencing PMADs can also make a direct referral by calling or completing an online referral form.
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