PO Box 33128, Portland, OR 97292

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Group updates

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 […]

A new group for parents

Exciting news! We’re adding a new groups for parents. Here are the details: Starting: December, 5th! (We will not meet 12/26/17) Meeting time: every Tuesday 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Meeting Place: Ronald McDonald House West (2115 SW River Pkwy, Portland, OR 97201) Join current NICU families and families of NICU […]

Get your tickets! Brews for Baby Blues is in just TEN DAYS!

Our last BIG EVENT of the year is just ten days away. Get your tickets for Brews for Baby Blues. Bring your friends and family for a good time while we raise money to support mothers and families coping with perinatal mood disorders. Click here to get tickets. Brews for Baby […]

Climb Out of the Darkness With Us

Baby Blues Connection invites you to Climb Out of the Darkness on June 24th at 10 am at Powell Butte Park (16160 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97236). The Portland Climb supports both Baby Blues Connection and Postpartum Support International.  Join us as we symbolically rise out of the darkness […]

Strike Sponsor Natalie Willes supports We’ve Got Love to Spare

Baby Blues Connection is proud to have Natalie Willes from Baby Sleep Trainer as a Strike Sponsor for our spring fundraising event, We’ve Got Love to Spare coming up quick on 5/13/17. Natalie supports BBC because of the “incredible service they provide for families in the community”. Natalie finds that […]

Announcing a new group for parents

Baby Blues Connection is pleased to announce a new group for parents! Starting this coming Monday, April 3rd at 7 pm at Hammer + Jacks at 6416 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR 97202 this group welcomes individuals across the gender spectrum – mom, dad, or non-binary folks in a primary parenting role! While […]