PSI UT Conference October 2020

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Welcome to the Utah Maternal Mental Health Collaborative!


Pregnancy & Parenting can be rough. Finding help shouldn’t be.

You’ve found the source for help, information, and resources about Maternal Depression and Anxiety.

As a state chapter of Postpartum Support International, PSI Utah offers free phone and email support provided by mothers who have experienced and healed from emotional health complications around pregnancy, postpartum, infertility, miscarriage and loss, as well as helpful local resources and referrals.

We bring mothers with lived experience together with medical, mental health and allied professionals in our communities. Our mission is to expand social support for those experiencing perinatal mood or anxiety disorders and to exchange ideas and form relationships to increase and improve awareness, prevention, detection, and treatment of maternal mental health conditions in Utah.

Our goal is to ensure that every woman in Utah receives information on risk, prevention, and treatment of pregnancy and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, affecting at least 13% of Utah moms. 

We welcome all races, religions, nationalities, sexual orientations and genders.

PSI UT values diversity and is a place of inclusion.

We believe that Mom’s Mental Health Matters!

If you or someone you care about is in crisis

please call UNI’s crisis line @ (801) 587-3000

or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline @ 1-800-273-8255

Looking for a therapist trained in Maternal Mental Health?? PSI Utah proudly partners with Help Me Grow Utah to create and maintain a data base of providers trained in Maternal Mental Health conditions. Please call or text HMG at (801) 691-5322. The HMG staff will give callers a brief perinatal depression/anxiety screening called the EPDS, offer options for free support groups and/or trained therapists in their area as well as provide follow up after the call.

For information on local and national resources for pregnancy and postpartum mental health call our Helpline at 1-800-944-4773, text 503-894-9453, or visit