Help and Resources for Mental Health

Not Safe For Mom Group (nsfmg) is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical, legal, or mental health advice. Always seek the advice of your own licensed and qualified medical, mental health or legal professional.

If you are thinking of harming yourself or your baby, get help right away by calling the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit your local emergency room.

If you’re looking for support around prenatal and postpartum mental health, addiction, recovery, or ideas on where to find a therapist, here is a list of helpful resources.

Maternal Mental Health Support:

If someone you know is experiencing depression or anxiety during pregnancy:

Help Finding a Therapist:

For addiction and recovery:

Help for dads:

Remember: you don’t have to be at rock bottom to “need” a therapist. Everyone could use support right now. In fact, if there was ever a time to grab all the extra support you could possibly get — it would be during a global crisis. And if the idea of therapy makes you uncomfortable, remind yourself that this doesn’t mean you’ll be doing it forever. This could simply be a “just now” kind of thing. Just some advice from Mom Group.