If you, a family member, or someone you may know recently had a baby and is experiencing anxiety or stress, resources are available:

Postpartum Stress Center 
The Center provides support and treatment for the pregnant or postpartum woman and her family as well as guidance for her treating physician or therapist.

Rosemont Plaza, 1062 Lancaster Ave #2 Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Phone: 610-525-7527 

Serenity Solutions Therapy
Therapy for anxiety, stress management, postpartum depression, and addictions

Contact: Alisa Kamis-Brinda, LCSW, LCDAC
The Wellington, 135 South 19th Street Suite 350B Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: 215-285-1084

Maternal Wellness Group 
Maternal Wellness Group supports women and families in the transition to parenthood.  Holistic childbirth education classes, psychotherapy services for the range of issues which can arise in the peri-natal period, specialized acupuncture services, and healing pre-natal and post-partum massage are all part of what the Maternal Wellness Group offers.

406 W. Mt. Pleasant Ave Philadelphia, PA 19119

Women’s Emotional Wellness Center (WEWC)
Provides outpatient mental health counseling and psychiatric services. In addition, support groups are also offered. 

Main Line Health Center in Newtown Square
3855 West Chester Pike Newtown Square, PA 19073

Phone: 1.888.227.3898

Mother-Baby Connections

Drexel program emphasizes the mother’s relationships with her baby and partner, and encourages moms to bring their infants to therapy. Babysitting is provided for infants when moms need to participate in other activities.Treatment is provided Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays with infant babysitting.

The Parkway Wellness Center
2nd Floor, 1601 Cherry Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: 267.282.1455 (call or text)

Stillbirth grief support and infant death

Unite, Inc.
UNITE, Inc., a non-profit organization, provides grief support following the loss of a baby, including miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and infant death. UNITE recognizes that parents need to grieve following the death of their baby. Even when the child’s life was brief, parents feel the normal, painful, response of grieving. This can be particularly lonely when the baby was not yet known to family and friends.