Congress Has Passed Groundbreaking Postpartum Depression Legislation!!


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TPDC provides at no cost, a brochure about Perinatal Mood Disorders that includes helpful information about self-identification and local resources.  This brochure is available to download here: English/Spanish.


October 2016 – TPDC board members celebrated with Altrusans at the 75th anniversary celebration for the Altrusa of Tucson nonprofit.  Pictured here are TPDC board members Pearl Aviles-Taub, Carole Sheehan and Pat Young.  Ally Baehr is also featured. Ally received a Volunteer Recognition award from the TPDC for her many years of service, both as a board member and committee member.  Pat Young has served as a volunteer for Altrusa for over 35 years!  TPDC appreciates the support of Altrusa during several grant cycles in which funds to promot educational materials on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders were allocated to the TPDC.


TMC hosted the October TPDC quarterly meeting.  Featured in this photo is Sibylle Rundel, a long time TPDC volunteer receiving a Volunteer Recognition Award.  Sibylle was instrumental in providing support services to Mother’s Oasis members, education about PMADs to the Tucson community, and currently oversees the TPDC Facebook page.  Pictured here are Sibylle, Pearl Aviles-Taub, President of the TPDC, Asa Lader (Heartsounds Mother and Infant Care), Carole Sheehan and Terry Scallon (TPDC board members).

January 24, 2017, 12-2 PM.  Hosted by Carondelet St Joseph’s Hospital.

HOME VISITORS can help first time moms!  Nurse Family Partnership is a free and voluntary support program.  If you or someone you know is less than 28 weeks pregnant, you may be eligible.  Call 520-724-9721 or click here for a referral form.

Banner UMC is offering a new wellness group for perinatal women.  See flyer below for details.