Our clinicians deliver innovative treatments and are uniquely positioned to dramatically improve the health of mothers and their families in Washington and beyond.
Our Perinatal Telepsychiatry Clinic provides psychiatric assessments to pregnant and post-partum patients and consults with their healthcare providers, expanding access to mental health care in the age of COVID. Healthcare providers in Washington State are invited to refer their pregnant and post-partum patients who would benefit from a psychiatric assessment. Funded by the Perigee Fund.
877.725.4666 (PAL4MOM), weekdays 9 AM – 5 PM
Partnership Access Line for Moms (PAL for Moms) is a free consultation service offered to any health care provider in Washington State caring for people with mental health needs during and after pregnancy. Staffed by perinatal psychiatrists. Funded by the Washington State Health Care Authority.
Located at UWMC Roosevelt Clinic, this clinic offers preconception counseling, medication management and psychotherapy for psychiatric disorders during pregnancy and postpartum. Key practice principles include close collaboration with Obstetrics and Pediatrics and focus on the mother - baby dyad.
The Parent‐Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an evidence‐based home visitation case‐management model for mothers who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy. Its goals are to help mothers build healthy families and prevent future births of children exposed prenatally to alcohol and drugs.