Changes! Changes! We want to update you on changes that are happening with our support groups. Our west-side evening group that met at Birthing Stone on Wednesdays, lost it’s space. (insert sad face here) We’re excited for Birthing Stone but sad to see the space go. We’re investigating new places […]
Give back in 2018 and join us as a volunteer
Give back in 2018 and join us at our next new volunteer training Sunday, February 25th! 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, […]
Knowledge is power. Bring Baby Blues Connection in to speak to your group or office.
Did you know that Baby Blues Connection offers educational talks to local area groups and providers? We do! Want to learn more? Read on. We’ve always offered two types of presentations: one that offers basic information and others that are clinically oriented. Our informational presentations are general, get-to-know BBC and […]
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 […]
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 […]
Depressed Cake Shop Portland- popping up May 19th
Depressed Cake Shop Portland will be popping back up on Friday, May 19th from 6-9 pm. It benefits Baby Blues Connection. Join us for this fun event! The Depressed Cake Shop is a different kind of cake shop. It’s a one day, pop-up bakery to raise awareness of mental illness […]