Free webinar – a reminder

Don’t forget to sign up! On Wednesday, August 5th, we’ll be teaming with Postpartum Support International to present an informative webinar designed for providers working with NICU families. We’ll be covering PPD and PSTD rates of occurrence and symptoms in NICU experiences and sharing personal stories. The presentation will be given …

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2015 Give!Guide

Fabulous news! Baby Blues Connection will be in the 2015 Willamette Week’s Give!Guide. We’re lining up some wonderful incentives, organizing a party (or two!) and setting a goal of $15,000 raised. That’s almost double what we accomplished last year. We have a special incentive for the 35 and under crowd! And then …

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New Volunteer Training- coming soon!

We’re thinking ahead and starting to plan our fall new volunteer training! Are you interested in helping to support mothers and families coping with perinatal mood disorders? If you answer yes, ask yourself these questions: Why do I want to volunteers? Did you have a personal experience? (helpful but not …

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Free webinar!

On Wednesday, August 5th, we’ll be teaming with Postpartum Support International to present an informative webinar designed for providers working with NICU families. We’ll be covering PPD and PSTD rates of occurrence and symptoms in NICU experiences and sharing personal stories. The presentation will be given by BreAnna Dupuis Kennedy, MSW, CSWA,  Fawn …

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One door opens but another door closes

With heavy hearts, we are announcing that effective immediately, our mom-to-mom support group meeting at Sante Mama in Vancouver, WA will close due to low-attendance, changes in facilitation and the meeting space. Many, many thanks to Sante Mama for allowing us the space to hold the space for mamas in need …

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A new location

We’re very pleased to announce that starting mid-June our day-time SE group will begin meeting at Alma Education and Movement Space. This location will replace Mamalates on the same day/time. Many, many thanks to Katie Sherman who worked to get us onto the calendar and to help our facilitators orientate …

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