HELP ME HELP HER

Fighting the stigma of maternal mental illness requires help from family, friends, the community and people like you.

Postpartum Support Charleston is committed to reducing the stigma surrounding perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and hope you will help us in this effort.

Here are just a few things you can do to help our mamas and put mom first.

 
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Volunteer

The work we do in our community would not be possible without the help of our amazing volunteers. Postpartum Support Charleston has a wide range of volunteer opportunities including, peer support groups, mombassadors and our annual Moms' Run event.

If you are interested in volunteering, get in touch with us today!

 
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fundraise

Facebook makes it easy to raise money for your favorite nonprofit by setting up a birthday or special event fundraiser. Money raised for Postpartum Support Charleston goes directly to moms and families in the Charleston Tri-County area giving them critical access to peer support and resources in the community.

 
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host a screening

Host a private gathering of friends, family and coworkers at your home of this powerful documentary, The Dark Side of the Full Moon. Reach out to our team to help create a discussion guide and helpful resources to take action in the community. 

http://www.darksideofthefullmoon.com/rentitnow/

 
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Raise awareness

Share your story, speak up and speak out!

September 10th is Suicide Awareness Day. Join 2020MOM.org and TheBlueDot Project wherever you are between 6pm-9pm and light a candle for those we have lost to Maternal Mental Health Disorder.