Kristina Dulaney had no history of mental illness when she suffered from postpartum psychosis 6 months after the birth of her youngest. Since then, she has become a passionate and avid advocate, leader, executive and consultant regarding pregnancy and postpartum psychosis.
Pregnancy & Postpartum Psychosis Awareness Day
Join us in our efforts to address the most severe of perinatal mood disorders: pregnancy & postpartum psychosis (also known as perinatal psychosis or puerperal psychosis).
This is our 3rd annual PPP Awareness Day and the FIRST ever US-based international fundraising effort for PPP awareness. We know awareness is crucial for saving lives, preventing trauma, and aiding recovery.
Countdown to PPP Awareness Day
The new National Maternal Mental Health Hotline provides 24/7, free, confidential support, resources and referrals to any pregnant and postpartum mothers facing mental health challenges and their loved ones. The service is available via phone and text in English or Spanish.
Call or text, 1-833-9-HELP4MOMS (1-833-943-5746) to connect with counselors at the National Maternal Mental Health Hotline.
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Learn from those who have been directly affected by PPP (Pregnancy & Postpartum Psychosis).
Teresa Twomey had no previous diagnosis of mental illness when she experienced a sudden psychotic break after the birth of her daughter. Since then, she has become a leading advocate, writer, speaker and consultant regarding pregnancy and postpartum psychosis. Please note, at the time this was created, we were not…
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