Moms' Access Project ECHO (MAP ECHO): Perinatal Psychiatry Case Conference Series meets first Wednesdays from 12 pm to 1 pm.
Each session begins with a short didactic lecture and Q&A. Next, one or more case are presented by community providers, which is followed by group discussion and clinical recommendations from our expert panel.
Perinatal Mental Health & Substance Use Education, Research & Clinical Consultation Center
UW Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Perinatal Mental Health Resources for Patients
Are you in your 3rd trimester of pregnancy, living in WA State, and 18+ years old? If yes, you can help us understand how regular texting can support expectant and new parents. Up to $125 in gift cards available for participation. You can find more information in the study recruitment flyer. If you have questions or concerns feel free to reach out to the study team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-221-4549.
Being pregnant may sometimes mean you worry more about your own health and the health of your baby. Check out our COVID-19 Information for Patients resource for helpful suggestions on how to support yourself during this difficult time.
Resources for Perinatal Patients
Pregnancy and post-partum come with many needs and challenges. Check out our Resource Guide for Patients for helpful statewide and national resources for mental health, substance use, basic needs, and more.
For emotional support:
Perinatal Support Washington Warm Line
For mental health treatment with Medicaid insurance
MOMcare program in Maternity Support Services (MSS) of Seattle-King County Public Health
For help finding a therapist, support group, or psychiatrist:
For help finding substance use treatment:
For questions about medication safety during pregnancy and postpartum:
In case of a crisis:
Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
For assistance with basic needs:
For parenting guidance:
For information about intrusive thoughts: