Welcome to the Tucson Postpartum Depression Webpage

Tuesday, July 18, 2017, 11:45- 2:00 PM.  Hosted by Tucson Medical Center.  RSVP by July 12 if possible.

Topic:  Dads – Coping With or Supporting a Partner With a Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder

Allan Stockellburg from Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services, will be sharing information on the TOPS Dad Program for teen dads and dads-to-be. Addressing the role of a father in mother and baby’s life. We will also have a panel of Fathers/Male support, speaking about their experiences and how they provided support to the women they love afflicted with Perinatal Mood Disorders.

Lunch will be served at 11:45. Parking is available in the Catalina Garage and in front of the Marshall Conference Center.  We will be meeting in the Sagebrush and Ironwood rooms.


Photos from the Climb Out of the Darkness® Walk – June 24th

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Special Thanks

The Board of Directors of the TPDC wishes to extend its deep gratitude for the generous financial support of the Harriet Silverman Fund of the Women’s Foundation of Southern AZ.  The 2017 grant award will enable increased engagement with immigrant populations in the Tucson area and continued educational outreach in the community.

Raising awareness of postpartum depression

 March for Moms

It was so nice to be with our team of supporters on Sunday April 30th at Reid Park for the March for Moms, alongside the March for Babies. This extraordinary event was put on by the March of Dimes. Thank you to 2020 Mom Project and the National Maternal Mental Health Coalition for creating this opportunity! To see more photos, please visit our Facebook page.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017, 11:45- 2:00 PM.  Hosted by Tucson Medical Center.

Creating Wellness

Creating Wellness flyer - 2017Life as a parent can be rough. From eating healthy food, to getting enough sleep or exercise, or communicating your own needs – how will you find enough time to balance and nurture yourself?

Join us for this interactive workshop where we explore and learn from one another. The workshop is facilitated by a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator and a licensed medical social worker who also has extensive training in integrative medicine. Pregnant people, parents-to-be, parents, members of your support team, and babies-in-arms are all welcome. Registration is encouraged, but drop-ins are always welcome. Click on the flyer for registration information or call (520) 891-5417.

Looking for our brochure?

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.

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Check out our page to find out about upcoming events – Just CLICK HERE.  If you prefer, we also  have a Spanish  version, too! (Click here for the Spanish version)

Image result for nurse familyHOME 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.