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Farewell Friend

Farewells are never easy. It is with sadness that we announce that Lisa Coss, our Program Coordinator, has resigned from her position. Lisa provided many years of valuable service to Baby Blues Connection, first as a volunteer, then as our Administrative Assistant and finally as our Program Coordinator. It won’t […]

Brews for Baby Blues

Tickets for Brews for Baby Blues are available now! Click here to get them now. Our fall event- Brews for Baby Blues will be held Sunday, October 15th from 4-7 pm at Lagunita’s Community Room this year. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite. Join us for an adult-only, fun-filled evening […]

Don’t miss the Miles for Midwives 5k!

On Saturday, September 23rd participate in the 2017 Miles for Midwives and run or walk a flat, out-and-back course in the beautiful Champoeg State Park. Free for kids! Dogs and strollers welcome.  Enjoy a raffle with lots of goodies for growing families and other folks alike, including massages, hard cider, […]

New Volunteer Training- coming soon! Sign up now.

Our next new volunteer training is on October 15th! Are you interested in joining us? Read more before you decide. Baby Blues Connection provides free support and resources to mothers and families who are coping with perinatal mood disorders. We do this through phone, group, email and online support. We’re […]

In the Thick of It

Join Baby Blues Connection for this free, literary event! Sunday, September 10th at Taborspace, 3-5 pm. Check out the Eventbrite listing here and the Facebook event here. Invite friends and family to join you. Share with your colleagues. About the event: An afternoon full of stories of postpartum depression, anxiety, […]

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Playing Monopoly with God and Other True Stories

Baby Blues Connection brings Playing Monopoly with God & Other True Stories to Portland Get your tickets here. Melissa Bangs makes her way to the stage for three performances of hilarious & heart-wrenching nonfiction storytelling based on her own experience with postpartum psychosis. Don’t miss this utterly unique nonfiction storytelling performance […]