Websites, Support Groups and PPD Organizations

Postpartum Support International

Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for Women of Color

A Lighter Shade of Blue

The Postpartum Stress Center

Postpartum Experience.com

Postpartum Dads

Postpartum Education for Parents

Postpartum Resource Center of New York

Mental Health Ministries

PPD Chicago Hotline, 866-364-6667 (Counselors available, 24 hours)

PPD Survivor - A blog by a mother of four who survived PPD and now speaks out to spread awareness.

A supportive community also exists on Twitter. Search for #ppdchat to connect with other moms and resources. Also, follow Postpartum Support Charleston on Twitter at @ppdsupportchs.

 

Books

Beyond the Blues: Prenatal and Postpartum Depression- A Treatment Manual Shoshanna S. Bennett, Ph.D., and Pec Indman, Ed.D., MFT

Conquering Postpartum Depression: A Proven Plan for Recovery Ronald Rosenberg, James Windell and Deborah Greening

Overcoming Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Linda Sebastian

Postpartum Survival Guide Ann Dunnewold, Ph.D., and Diane G. Sanford, Ph.D.

The Postpartum Husband: Practical Solutions for Living with Postpartum Depression Karen Kleiman, M.S.W.

This Isn't What I Expected Karen Kleiman, M.S.W., and Valerie D. Raskin, M.D.

Back to You Natalie Dombrowski

Down Came the Rain Brooke Shields

The Lifter of My Head Sue McRoberts

Living Beyond Postpartum Depression Jerusha Clark

 

South Carolina Support Groups

The Postpartum Support Group of the Upstate meets the first Thursday of every month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Baby Impressions, 11-D Barkingham Lane in Greenville. For information, visit Care for Mom.

We are continually adding to our list of resources. Please contact us if you have suggestions for postpartum resources. We also have medical professionals and ppd survivors available to speak to your group, organization or event.