PO Box 33128, Portland, OR 97292

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New Volunteer Training Coming Soon

Our next new volunteer training is on April 30th! 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 […]

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New Volunteer Training Scheduled

Have you considered volunteering with Baby Blues Connection? 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 mandatory) Are you ready to ‘give […]

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Are you the one we’re looking for?

We are seeking new board members! Baby Blues Connection Board Members work closely with the Executive Director and collaboratively shape the future of the organization. If you feel a deep connection to the work we do, and you are willing to support us through serving on our board, we would […]

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Join us as member

It’s time for our annual membership drive! Membership prices Individual: $35 Business: $50 Prices to join BBC as a member stay the same, but the incentive to join has changed. This year, we’ll be sending BBC vinyl stickers to Individual Members and certificates of membership for your office for Business […]

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New Volunteer Training- coming soon!

We’re thinking ahead and starting to plan our spring new volunteer training! Currently, we’re looking at Sunday, Feb. 28th. 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 […]

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Why volunteer with us?

We believe that the main reason you should want to volunteer with us is a desire to ‘give back’ to the community. Having had a personal experience with PPD/A, you know how it feels. You understand that some days feel like deep, bottomless pits of despair. Some days feel so […]