Medical/Hospital Services & Support Groups
The following care providers have demonstrated a special interest in treating and serving women experiencing postpartum adjustment issues including depression and anxiety (PPD and PPD/A). Because the Baby Blues Connection cannot recommend any specific intervention we suggest you call the provider and discuss your exact needs and concerns.
- Cedar Hills Hospital
Private psychiatric hospital specializing in mental health & chemical dependency care. Private, confidential assessments and referral information provided at no charge. Clinical staff available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to calls and can assist with hospital inpatient admission if needed.
- Hands on Medicine
Shelda Holmes, FNP
5311 N. Vancouver
Portland, OR 97217
Family practice clinic providing primary care including well-child checks, immunizations, chronic disease management, physicals, women’s health, family planning, contraceptive counseling and prescription; counseling regarding child vaccination schedule.
- Providence St. Vincent
New Mom Groups and Classes
503.574.6595 or 503.216.5641
9340 SW Barnes Rd. suite 200
Portland, OR 97225
We also offer moms groups at the following locations:
Providence Portland Medical Center
Providence Willamette Falls Community Center
Providence Newberg Medical Center
Sherwood Regional Family YMCA
- Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Center
Classes Labor & Delivery
10180 SE Sunnyside RD.
Clackamas, OR 97015
Birth preparation, birth refresher, dads to be, breastfeeding, breastfeeding for working mothers and more.
- Kaiser Permanente Medical Social Workers
Beaverton OB/GYN Clinic:
503-520-4906 (Advice Nurse)
Sunnyside Medical Center Maternity & Women’s Health:
Mt. Tabor OB/GYN Clinic:
Rockwood and Division OB/GYN Clinic: Sandi Hall
East Interstate OB/GYN Clinic: Regina Tricamo
Cascade Park & Salmon Creek OB/GYN Clinic: Diane Bader
Westside Medical Center and Perinatology: Erin VanKleek
Support & counseling resources are available for Kaiser members who are experiencing depression and/or anxiety during and after their pregnancy. Our women’s health social workers are available in most OB/GYN clinics and can coordinate care with your medical provider. Our supportive services also address infertility, domestic violence, grief/bereavement and plans for adoption. Surrogacy, high-risk pregnancies and pregnancy options counseling.
- Legacy Emanuel Hospital & Health Center
2801 N. Gantenbein Ave.
Portland, Or 97227
Childbirth, parent education, baby-care, breastfeeding, adoptive family baby care, cesarean births, vaginal births after cesarean, multiples births, water aerobics for pregnant women.
- *OHSU Center for Women’s Health
Division of Women’s Mental Health and Wellness
Nicole Cirino, MD
Larisa Jeffreys, PMHNP
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd.
Kohler Pavilion, 7th Floor
Portland, OR 97239
We provide mental health care for women who are pregnant, postpartum, or who may be considering pregnancies in their future. Our clinicians are uniquely qualified to offer pregnancy-related mental health care. Our team is composed of a psychiatrist and trained counselors who understand the subtle and important ways that pregnancy and parenthood impact and are impacted by our mental health.
– Mental health assessment, treatment and consultation
– Medication management and psychotherapy during pregnancy and postpartum
– Second opinions on prenatal medication management and pregancy-related psychiatry
- Tuality Healthcare
335 SE 8th Ave.
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Tuality provides support groups for breastfeeding and parenting infants and toddlers. They also offer a depression support group. No fees for services. \
- Adventist Medical Center
10123 SE Market St.
Portland, OR 97216
Family and parenting classes, including infant CPR, breastfeeding, newborn care and caesarian birth.
If you are aware of a resource for mothers with PPD or PPD/A that is not listed here, or if a current listing needs updating, please Contact Us..