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Postpartum depression and other difficulties

Beyond the Baby Blues. Services for families experiencing emotional difficulties while adjusting to parenthood, offered by Wellspring Family Services. 206-826-3050.

Postpartum Support International. A toll-free phone number, 1-800-944-4PPD (4773), for mothers or family members with questions about symptoms of postpartum depression. All calls will be returned by a trained volunteer within 24 hours.

Postpartum Depression. Help and resources from the Children’s Trust Fund of Washington. 1-888-404-7763.

Postpartum support group. Postpartum support group. Free drop-in group held the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, 11 am–noon, at the Kindred Spirit Learning Center, 2804 Grand Avenue, Suite 311, in downtown Everett. 206-604-0996.

Postpartum depression and other difficulties

Beyond the Baby Blues. Services for families experiencing emotional difficulties while adjusting to parenthood, offered by Wellspring Family Services. 206-826-3050.

Postpartum Support International. A toll-free phone number, 1-800-944-4PPD (4773), for mothers or family members with questions about symptoms of postpartum depression. All calls will be returned by a trained volunteer within 24 hours.

Postpartum Depression. Help and resources from the Children’s Trust Fund of Washington. 1-888-404-7763.

Postpartum support group. Postpartum support group. Free drop-in group held the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, 11 am–noon, at the Kindred Spirit Learning Center, 2804 Grand Avenue, Suite 311, in downtown Everett. 206-604-0996.

Pregnancy and new parents

Baby Boot Camp offers indoor and outdoor stroller-based classes to help moms and dads get fit.

Birth and Beyond. A Seattle retail store which offers several parenting classes, taught by nurses and lactation specialists, including a First Weeks class ($10 donation). 206-324-4831.

Boot Camp for New Dads. Support and education for fathers.

Bringing Baby Home. Workshops for expecting and new parents. 206-832-0355.

What help you can provide for moms in terms of help that tie to financial help, people, or other things you can offer them.

JEF: This can be areas where you can provide connections that help moms better navigate during and after pregnancy. Are there partners that will do mommy makeovers to help with the mental stress they are under for example.

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