ONLINE AND PROVINCIAL RESOURCES
Online resources that provide information and support for people in the Perinatal period experiencing Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
As a nationally available, regionally delivered service, CSPS provides anyone in Canada thinking of, or affected by suicide with reliable and innovative support. We use our collective strengths, local knowledge, resources, and technology to support the needs of all people in Canada.
Postpartum Support International provides information, education and support to parents struggling with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. They offer a free helpline, free online support groups and free peer support programs. PSI also offers training programs to mental health professionals.
BRIA is a virtual clinic developed by leading MD psychiatrists with decades of experience in women’s mental health care. At each life stage, from pre-pregnancy to perimenopause, the BRIA team will support your mental health needs and help you feel better.
Dad Central is the most trusted name for fatherhood in Canada. For over 20 years, we’ve supported and engaged dads, trained dads, written for dads, and are dads ourselves.
We have the most recent research and insights that validate the importance of dads and have developed the most successful fatherhood programs and resources – validated by feedback directly from dads.
You’re a dad. We can help.
CPMHT provides training, community resources, and supports for perinatal professionals.
We base our trainings in the Impossible Parenting Model, which investigates the ways in which biology, individual circumstances, thinking patterns, parental identity, and the culture of impossible parenting shape our perinatal mood and set up parents for both challenges and resilience.
Our courses are rooted in relational, feminist, and trauma aware modalities. This applies to both how we teach about perinatal mood, but also in how we organize our trainings. We develop our curriculum in relational and experiential learning, which is why every course also includes an optional processing group.
Our mission at the CPMHC is to lobby the federal government to create a national perinatal mental health strategy that will provide direction, policy, and funding for improvements to perinatal mental health care including universal screening and timely access to treatment for all individuals during preconception, pregnancy and the postpartum periods.
We are specialized in helping women deal with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and depression. Using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, we will help you discover new effective coping strategies to handle anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum. Your mental health is important for your baby’s emotional and physical growth. Free service for clients on the Interim Federal Health Program funded by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Whether you are a dad trying to support a partner or you think you may be experiencing a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder, we are glad you are here. We want you to know that you are not alone and that by getting the right kind of support, you will get better.
PCMCH supports the health of people from preconception through to postpartum, as well as newborns, through the work of the Maternal-Newborn Committee (MNC). The MNC’s work aims to develop a care system that delivers timely, equitable, evidence-based, accessible, high-quality and family-centred care that is efficient and effective, and to make Ontario the best place to give birth.
Postpartumprogress.com is the world’s most widely-read blog dedicated to maternal mental illness. It offers warm, positive, in-depth information, support and hope for all pregnant and new moms who experience postpartum depression and all other mental illnesses related to pregnancy and childbirth, including postpartum anxiety, postpartum OCD, depression or anxiety during pregnancy, post-adoption depression, postpartum PTSD, bipolar, peripartum onset/postpartum bipolar, depression after miscarriage or perinatal loss and postpartum psychosis.