If you’re in a dangerous or life-threatening situation call the emergency services.
066 or 911
999 or 112
999 or 112
000 or 112
on mobile phones
Call one of these hotlines for free, confidential advice and support.
outside of the usa
Canada: Crisis Services Canada
trauma & addiction recovery
postpartum mental health
If you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or your baby, take action now: put the baby in a safe place, like a crib. Call a friend, family member, or mental health hotline for help.
If you’re concerned about your mental health, call your doctor’s or other primary health care provider’s emergency number or go to your local hospital emergency room. Tell someone you trust about what you are feeling; ask them to help you take these steps.
|Postpartum Support International|
|The Motherhood Center |
|Postpartum Health Alliance|
|Anxiety and Depression Association of America: info and resources on PPD & PPA|
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
Tears to Triumph by Marianne Williamson
*Important note: Unexpected emotions can arise when you practice Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT, also known as tapping). If your loss is very recent, or if you feel overwhelmed by grief, tap with caution or wait until you have recovered more.