Mental Health

Let the statistics speak for themselves... pregnancy can be a busy time but make sure you address your mental health as this will not only help you but also your child. Your risk of postpartum depression is also increased if prenatal depression is not treated. We hope to provide you with tips and resources to help.


The percentage of pregnant women who experience depression. Rates of depression are highest during early and mid pregnancy.



The percentage of women who experience postpartum depression and are at a higher risk if prenatal depression is not treated. Psychosocial support is the most effective treatment.



The percentage of women are not diagnosed with postpartum depression by a healthcare provider.


The percentage of healthy pregnant women experience clinical anxiety and report moderate stress during pregnancy. Improved maternal mental health correlates to improved neurodevelopment in children.